Photo Of The Day – San Francisco Panorama Exploration

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Title: San Francisco Panorama Exploration

Location: Bernal Hill, San Francisco, California, USA, North America

Description: Hidden behind the city from the popular skyline shot across the Golden Gate, Bernal Heights is not a place most tourists choose to visit. There are no sea lions, promenades or sightseeing boats found on the hill. Just a gorgeous view of the city and bay captured at sunset.

Shot with a Canon 7D and Canon 28-300mm L lens with settings of ISO 100, 100mm, f/9, 1/60th of a second. 132 images were shot in three rows in portrait oreintation and stitched with Kolor’s AutoPano Giga. Total size is approximately 488 megapixels, my largest to date.

Photographs Copyright Peter West Carey

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