Acadia National Park - Aaron Priest Photography
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Autumn Leaves on Boardwalk

September 30, 2014, 11:39 AM

I took this panorama of the boardwalk in the Wild Gardens of Acadia in Acadia National Park, Maine with Vincent Lawrence of http://www.acadiaimages.com, Scott Stulberg of http://www.asa100.com, J. Scott Crist of http://www.jscottcristphotography.com, Holly Kehrt of http://www.hollykehrt.com, and Doug Jackson. It is a 35 image panorama of 7 columns and 5 rows (single exposure, no bracketing or HDR). I shot it at 200mm f/4 for a very thin depth of field, sometimes called a “bokehrama”. It is about the perspective of a 50mm f/1.0 lens (or 80mm on medium format), but its 200 megapixels (15831 x 12853). Edited with Lightroom, stitched/blended with PTGui Pro, and cropped slightly to 4x5 ratio.

Equipment used: Nikon D700, Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 VR II, Hoya Pro1D circular polarizer, and Really Right Stuff TVC-34L tripod w/ leveling base & multi-row panning head. Shot at 200mm, f/4, ISO 800, and 1/60 shutter speed.