Davidsons Mill Pond park Panoramas

We went to Davidsons Mill Pond Park to take a walk and see if there were any interesting photo subjects. I was traveling light & was just using my iPhone 11 Pro and an Olympus OM-D M1 with a 7.5mm Fisheye Lens. The landscape panoramas in this post were all taken with the OM-D with the 7.5mm Fisheye lens. The 7 Artisans 7.5mm Fisheye lens on a m43 camera supposedly has a Field of View of 190 degrees, but on the Olympus m43 I think it is a little less than that. Before assembling my multi-image panoramas in Photoshop, I used Photoshop’s Adaptive Wide Angle Filter to de-fisheye the images used in all the panoramas. The Featured Image is made from 4 Horizontal images of the front view of the Small Pond along the roadway. Because I was using a Fisheye lens I also overlapped the images more than usual to have a better chance of them aligning for the final image.

Small Pond, Images shot from the back of small pond, 4 Horizontal images, Stacked Vertically, 7.5mm, OMD-1
Fields of Milkweed Plants, 3 Horizontal image Panorama, 7.5mm, OMD-1
Large Lake, 3 Image stacked Vertically, Image Pano, 7.5mm, OMD-1

4 Comments on “Davidsons Mill Pond park Panoramas

    • Thanks Steve! Fisheye Panoramas are fun to do! Plus the more you do, the better they turn out. But you have to de-fisheye the images before making the panos.

    • Yes! It usually is not very busy with people there during the week. More crowded on the weekends. So it is easier to shoot landscapes without a lot of people in the view. Also there are trails through the woods but after a rainstorm it can be pretty muddy going through the woods!

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