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== General ==
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I studied Software Systems Engineering at the Hasse Plattner Institute in Potsdam, Germany. I'm just about to finish the masters degree in Australia where I discovered this beautiful kind of photography. What's better suited for panoramas than red sand, rain forests or vast landscapes...
 
I studied Software Systems Engineering at the Hasse Plattner Institute in Potsdam, Germany. I'm just about to finish the masters degree in Australia where I discovered this beautiful kind of photography. What's better suited for panoramas than red sand, rain forests or vast landscapes...
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== Current Kit ==
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A [[C4040z|Olympus Camedia 4040z]] with nothing else, no special lenses. I use a very old Manfrotto tripod and level it by adjusting the length of the legs. Yes, I know, that prehistoric but it works. I built a panohead similar to the one from Mike Runge (see [[Heads|panoramic heads]]).
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== Panowork ==
  
 
Some of my panoramas can be viewed at [http://australia.h1d.de/panoramas/index.htm]. I'm sorry that it's German but the essential parts should be easy to get.
 
Some of my panoramas can be viewed at [http://australia.h1d.de/panoramas/index.htm]. I'm sorry that it's German but the essential parts should be easy to get.

Revision as of 00:42, 4 December 2004

General

I studied Software Systems Engineering at the Hasse Plattner Institute in Potsdam, Germany. I'm just about to finish the masters degree in Australia where I discovered this beautiful kind of photography. What's better suited for panoramas than red sand, rain forests or vast landscapes...

Current Kit

A Olympus Camedia 4040z with nothing else, no special lenses. I use a very old Manfrotto tripod and level it by adjusting the length of the legs. Yes, I know, that prehistoric but it works. I built a panohead similar to the one from Mike Runge (see panoramic heads).

Panowork

Some of my panoramas can be viewed at [1]. I'm sorry that it's German but the essential parts should be easy to get.