Dinosaur Provincial Park Panorama

This is 360° panorama, made with Microsoft Ice and Photosynth.  Enlarge to full screen for best effect, and use your mouse to pan and the scrolling wheel to zoom in and out.

A hand-held panorama. Using a regular or telephoto lens would have provided less distortion and a greater chance for good stitches. Of course, that means doing more overlapping rows to obtain a similar or better effect…that’s what GigaPan was designed for!

(30 May, 2012: 7:05 AM.Canon Eos 5D Mark 2, 24 – 105mm lens @ 24mm, 1/200 sec.@f11, ISO 200)

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  1. By A Day in the Life | Splendour Awaits on 28 January, 2013 at 7:20 am

    […] collapses into the coulee.  From this point there is a grand view over Dinosaur Provincial Park (see the panorama) with the Red Deer River Valley on the left,  and Little Sandhill Creek on the […]