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24-70mm @ 24mm F16 ISO 100
I took a single frame test shot to verify correct exposure. I did this by setting the aperture I wanted (F16) in aperture priority mode. Then I read the shutter speed the camera decided was correct. I switched modes over to manual using these settings and ISO 100. Then I worked from left to right using a panoramic head and tripod. I ended up taking sixteen shots which were later stitched together into one panoramic photo. I placed my wife near the bridge in order to add a little more interest to the scene. The bridge is smack dab in the middle of the picture but I think the composition works in this case. So, I essentially went from a field of view of ~20 degrees to ~170 degrees.

Uploaded on 5/9/2010 5:00:02 PM

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