This 360 night panorama was shot during last weekend's night photography workshop at Big M Automotive. The Big M specializes in restoring 50's and 60's Plymouths and Mercurys. The black 1956 Plymouth convertible was recently restored and driven from California to Pennsylvania and back. The car won a restoration award last Sunday at the Arbuckle Car Show.
I believe the Ford Galaxie 500XL convertible is a 1962, please correct me if I'm wrong. The owner's beautiful red 1957 Fury, and a really nice white Imperial were parked outside the workshop. Big thanks to John for the hospitality.
Technical details: The 360 pano was photographed with a Canon EOS 6D and the 8-15mm fisheye lens at 12mm. This requires 4 shots around and one down (nadir). I bracketed 7 shots at each camera position, 1.5 stops apart.
The 35 images were processed in Lightroom, blended in Photomatix, stitched in PTGui, adjusted in Photoshop, and output using krpano. Aligning the verticals in PTGui proved to be tricky, as the barn's sliding door was at an angle.
Here's a view of the barn from right outside the door.
This image was shot with a Fuji X100s. The low light performance of the Fuji sensor is pretty incredible. No noise reduction was required at all for a clean file. Six shots were taken a stop apart, and processed into a 32-bit HDR TIFF using Lightroom.
Below is a group photo of the 7 lucky photographers who attended the night photography workshop. Thanks to everyone for their enthusiasm. More night photography from the Big M coming soon!