June 8, 2010

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Shot of the Day #39

Alice Springs lies very close to the centre of a Australia far from any major cities. It was originally only known for the small Telegraph Station used to relay messages across the Red Centre. The town is layed-out in almost perfect symmetry with ‘The Gap’, a natural break in the MacDonald Ranges. This panoramic view of Alice Springs was taken from on top of Anzac Hill and hand held (360° Degrees). I used a Circular Polariser and as you can see it is best when 90°Degrees to the Sun (Dark Blue region in the sky) :) !

http://www.images.scottphotographics.com/shot-of-the-day/%2339/Alice-Springs-Panorama.jpg

Alice Springs, Northern Territory - Three Sixty Panorama (Click to view larger)

Details:

  • ISO 100
  • F 11
  • 1/80 secs
  • 18 mm
  • Sony a350
  • 18-70mm (wide-angle) Lens – 360° Panorama!
  • Hand-Held
  • Total of 18 Photographs Stitched!

Here is a Planet Version:

Alice Springs Panorama - Planet

Alice Springs Panorama - Planet Version

Where I took the shot:

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Written by Mike

Michael Scott is the publisher and photographer behind Scott Photographics! He is very passionate about his photography and enjoys sharing the best of his experiences for others to enjoy too! Contact Mike via email!

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