A few 360s  

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kevshu
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A few 360s

by kevshu » Fri Mar 26, 2010 9:27 pm

I have added a few new 360s to my website over the last couple of months. http://exposedbykevin.com/360vrtour.php

Just click on the photo to view the tour.

They range from 360s on the coast of Belize to the Rocky Mountains in Jasper & Banff National Park.
Kevin Schumacher
Canon 5Dmk2, 15mm Fisheye, 24-70mm, 100mm Macro, 100-400mm, Nodal Ninja 3
Orion GoTo Mount, BT Ver2 Module, Papywizard on Fujitsu LifeBook U810

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by rbackhaus » Tue May 04, 2010 3:55 am

Kev,
I like the mountains at beaver lake,..what lens did you shoot that with? Beautiful. You need to hide your gear better though. :o)
Now you need to hike up and give us the view from above. Good job.

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by kevshu » Wed May 05, 2010 1:45 am

Thanks for the comment. I shoot my 360s with the Canon 15mm FE on my 5Dmk2. I'm going to start hauling my Merlin with me when I do days hikes in the future but definitely more 360s of mountains too.
Kevin Schumacher
Canon 5Dmk2, 15mm Fisheye, 24-70mm, 100mm Macro, 100-400mm, Nodal Ninja 3
Orion GoTo Mount, BT Ver2 Module, Papywizard on Fujitsu LifeBook U810


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