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.
Nice shots, Reed.
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.
Looks like a nice place to wander – peaceful and quiet!
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!