360 night panoramas: Halloween in the Mare Island cemetery

360 pano under the trees at the Mare Island cemetery

360 pano from the top of the Mare Island cemetery

During Saturday night’s Nocturnes alumni event on Mare Island, I did a series of 360 degree night panoramas using a Nodal Ninja R1 pano head and the new no hood version of the Tokina 10-17mm fisheye lens on a Canon 5D Mark II. This setup only requires 4 shots around to make a complete spherical 360 degree panorama. While I was shooting there were kids running through the graveyard with flashlights and glow sticks, people dressed up in costume, and a group of ghost hunters who were trying to communicate with the dead.

Access to this previously off-limits area is now possible by visiting the Mare Island Shoreline Heritage Preserve on Friday, Saturday or Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.. The Preserve happened to be open until 10 p.m. for a Halloween party, and we were able to photograph in the cemetery after dark. Visiting the Preserve will also give you a glimpse of the buildings along the shoreline, but this area is fenced until further cleanup happens.

Stay tuned for more 360 night panoramas of historic Mare Island!

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