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Utah And Arizona Trip 2017 Part 2

Since we had decided to complete our Zion visit until after the weekend, we were left with an open day. After consulting several online travel guides, we decided to visit Snow Canyon State Park. Snow Canyon State Park is a … Continue reading

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Utah And Arizona Trip 2017 Part 1

This past April and May, my wife and I decided on a road trip to Utah and Arizona. Our plan was to visit Zion Nation Park, Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park, Monument Valley, and Phoenix. We drove down from … Continue reading

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The Shadow Knows

When the conditions are right, such a clear blue sky, your 360-degree image may contain a shadow of the camera and tripod. Therefore, you should try to place the camera and tripod to avoid the shadow, minimize the shadow, or … Continue reading

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Charleston SC October 2017

My wife and I decided to take a last minute trip to Charleston, South Carolina. We left on October 22nd and returned on October 29th. For the first 2 days, there was heavy rain and it was impossible to take any … Continue reading

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Sony Alpha Rumors

A site I visit daily is Sony Alpha Rumors. The site is dedicated to Sony cameras, lenses, and related gear. If you are a Sony fan I recommend adding this site to your daily read. Occasionally, they will link to … Continue reading

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360° Imaging

For the last 2 months, I have been involved with 360° imaging for e-commerce. I have been working with Joshua Tree Depot and Ashley Karic to produce 360° product images. This Joshua Tree Depot blog post highlights some of my early … Continue reading

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Entrance Pupil Measurement of the Voigtlander 10 mm

The Voigtlander 10 mm lens does not come with any manufacturer data regarding the position of the entrance pupil. However, being an extreme wide-angle lens the entrance pupil must be very close to the front of the lens. Following the … Continue reading

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