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Beaver Pond by Eagle Lake: Cropped

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Bar Harbor, Maine

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267 megapixels! A very high resolution, large-format VAST photo of a beaver lodge dam in Beaver Pond near Eagle Lake; fine art photograph created by Aaron Priest in Bar Harbor, Maine, New England

Beaver Pond by Eagle Lake: Cropped

267 MEGAPIXEL VAST PHOTO
Bar Harbor, Maine

The weather didn’t cooperate for one evening of a night photography workshop I was teaching, so we found some other interesting things to shoot. This is a small beaver pond near Eagle Lake on Mount Desert Island, Maine during civil twilight around 8PM on May 17, 2015. It was very windy with rolling fog blowing through, making it a challenge to shoot panoramas. But I love a good challenge and the layers of fog gave an extra depth to the image.

Camera settings: 70mm, f/4, ISO 2500, 1/40.

Stitching data: 3 rows of 11 images.

Equipment used: Nikon D810, Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 VR II, and Really Right Stuff TVC-34L tripod w/ leveling base & pano/gimbal head. RAW conversion to 16-bit TIFF via Lightroom, aligned via PTGui Pro, and blended in Photoshop.

Date & TimeMay 17, 2015:  8:02pm
LocationBar Harbor, Maine
Coordinates44.378055, -68.250833
Focal Length70
Aperture4
Shutter Speed1/40
ISO2500
Number of Exposures33

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Total Pixels267,152,176
Horizontal Pixels25,033
Vertical Pixels10,672
Aspect Ratio2.35 : 1
File Size1,527 MB
Width @ 300ppi (perfect)6.95 feet
Height @ 300ppi2.96 feet
Width @ 150ppi (near-perfect)13.91 feet
Height @ 150ppi5.93 feet

Date & TimeMay 17, 2015:  8:02pm
LocationBar Harbor, Maine
Coordinates44.378055, -68.250833
Focal Length70
Aperture4
Shutter Speed1/40
ISO2500
Number of Exposures33

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