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Sint Servaasbrug

Sint Servaasbrug
Copyright ©2011, Jimmy Swiggers ¤

Maastricht (Nl) as seen from the Hoge Brug (High Bridge) with the Sint Servaasbrug in the centre.
I stitched together 6 pictures to get this result, but I think I'll be going back to shoot the same pictures again at dusk or dawn.
Photographer: Jimmy Swiggers ¤
Folder: Allerlei
Uploaded: 2011-Nov-08 12:35 EST
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Camera: Olympus E-420
Lens: Olympus 14-42mm f3.5/5.6
Lens Adapter: None
ISO: 100
Aperture: f/6.3
Shutter Speed: 1/500
Focal Length: 19mm
Flash: No
Tripod/Monopod: No
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Beautiful and well exposed, Jimmy. I know it is not easy to get this kind of shot. Last time I tried it when I still have my C5060, back in 2004, and it was a total failure..

Perhaps if you're more in the middle, stick the focal length at 14mm between each shots, and use your fancy tripod, then the final result would be a lot more better?

Yoki Soufyan ¤ at 13:18 EST on 2011-Nov-08 [Reply]


Well done pano. Nicely composed.

Geno Sajko HoF Win ¤ $1 at 21:10 EST on 2011-Nov-08 [Reply]


Next time, I'd like to do this at dusk or dawn, so I'll certainly be needing that tripod. I chose not to shoot at 14mm because the lens shows (minor) some distortion at that focal length. I was afraid that this would make it impossible to stitch everything together correctly.

Jimmy Swiggers ¤1 at 14:02 EST on 2011-Nov-09 [Reply]


Thanks Gene.

Jimmy Swiggers ¤1 at 14:03 EST on 2011-Nov-09 [Reply]


I see.., looking forward for that, Jimmy. Now you inspires me to go out and do panoramic shot! :)

Yoki Soufyan ¤1 at 01:11 EST on 2011-Nov-10 [Reply]


Lovely pano Jimmy.. very well assembled..

Robert Melnyk HoF ¤ $1 at 16:37 EST on 2011-Nov-11 [Reply]


Thanks Bob. I actually used Microsoft ICE to stitch everything together. Makes it really easy. I was thinking of posting an article on it.

Jimmy Swiggers ¤1 at 15:05 EST on 2011-Nov-12 [Reply]