caguila at earthlink.net
Sun Jul 18 23:48:14 EDT 2010
That's an excellent pano and of a very worthy subject, Rob. I like this
very much. Used bookshops are disappearing for all sorts of reasons; good
to see there's some still around. Chicago used to have so many fun used
bookshops. We, of course, still have some, but not like the old days.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rob Studdert" <distudio.pdml at gmail.com>
To: "Pentax-Discuss Mail List" <pdml at pdml.net>
Sent: Sunday, July 18, 2010 8:46 AM
Subject: PESO Goulds
> Hi Team,
> I've spent the week juggling international guests, work and general
> household duties whilst attempting to (unsuccessfully so far) fend off
> a nasty cough/cold. I did however manage to shoot more photos than I
> have for a while, mostly using my lately acquired Canon S90 as it now
> resides pretty much full time in my back pocket (and it's not looking
> like a banana yet).
> As has become habitual for me of late I have a new pano to share, it's
> the view down the last aisle of Gould's Book Shop in Newtown, the
> place has been as pictured as long as I can remember, Bob Gould the
> owner is quite a character.
> The image consists of three in camera jpgs shot hand held with my S90
> @ 6mm F2, 1/13, ISO 80, auto-focus, auto-exposure, auto-WB, zero
> exposure comp and it was assembled using Autopano rendered in a
> rectilinear projection.
> (the full res file is ~20MP ;-)
> Hope you enjoy.
> Rob Studdert (Digital Image Studio)
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