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Potomac Sunrise
TrueToad / Saturday, January 14, 2017 / Categories: Photography

Potomac Sunrise

Wide Shot Early Morning

For my panogrtaphics I always use a solid tripod with a good level, and a nodal plate.  The lens and camera is then mounted on the Tripod head and adjusting the Nodal allows for no distortion as the multiple images are taken from left to right.  This is a great opportunity for those who may not have wide angle lens. Carrying a nodal is not all that much room or weight, so it makes it sensible to consider it.

Additional thoughts is when using a DX sensor (crop) factor camera body on a FX lens such as a 35mm which will turn the lens into a 52mm lens equivalent. I hope you get inspired and take a few minutes to go explore the morning light.

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  • Sigma 35mm F1.4 DG HSM Art
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  • Nikon D7200

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