Moonlit Pyramid Rock Panorama

I visited Pyramid Rock at Phillip Island in the hopes of capturing an Aurora following a recent solar flare. Sadly it did not eventuate so instead I spent the night having a play around with a large panorama. This image is two combined panorama's of about 15 and 21 images which were taken with a Sony A7R 4, Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 (@ 28mm), 15 seconds, f/2.8 & ISO 1600. Image was stitched using Autopano Giga, and was edited in Lightroom CC and Photoshop. The image was really just a test to see how using a motion controller (PINE II) and motorized heads worked. Sadly there are a few errors around the horizon but otherwise it was a great experience and was a very nice environment to spend the night at, listening to the nearby possums and penguins. I have a full writeup at Moonlit Panorama • Travis Hale (Photography and Science)

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