Indoor Panorama, no Tripod, Kyoto Japan, ZS19

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Erik Ohlson
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Indoor Panorama, no Tripod, Kyoto Japan, ZS19

There is a little museum in Kyoto that we just "stumbled on" as we passed by.

The subject is "The Tale of Genji", the world's oldest novel, completed in the year 1021.

The story revolves around the Imperial Palace, a sprawling, one story building and this Panorama is of a large-room size model of the Place. Inside & outside people in period costume are going about daily palace life.

Taken with my Panasonic ZS19, "P" mode, auto white balance, handheld, 5 shots stitched with PSE 8:

We often hear that close-in Panoramas must be taken with a tripod and a special pano head, revolving around the "Nodal Point", but I just took the shots, one after the other.

This is at a small file size for download reasons. The full-size(huge) panorama may be viewed here:

(You can zoom in and look through the windows.  )


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