I was out on an assignment tonight on the west side – not to shoot Columbus Circle but to try and get something decent from the Central Park South area at night, and after I had shot two panos for the client, it began to rain. I quickly turned and setup the camera for this Columbus Circle shot – which I think was 16 images with the 20mm. As you can see, in a way I’m returning to the format (4×5) and the idea of using the Kolor Auto Pan Giga software to help out with architectural defeat of converging lines and stuff like that.
I can shoot fast enough now, so that I can fire off about 16 shots in less than a minute using the 2-second timer (to prevent camera shake).
Tomorrow I’ll take a look at what I was sent out to try and capture. That was a bit more vague and I’m not sure if I got it or not – but I’ll often take these assignments if they’re in a part of town where I haven’t done much shooting.