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Panorama from Les Escoumins, Quebec, Canada [Explored]

Explored! Highest position #300!

 

Les Escoumins is a small village that is know for whales sightseeing. We typically hear about Tadoussac more, but most boat that departs from Tadoussac will go downstream until they are in front of Les Esoumins since this is where you can see the most. It also means that from this rock formation, you can look at them from the shore.

 

Unfortunately, when we got there, we could hear the Ooooh! Aaaaah! of people spotting some just as they dived. They only came back out when we were leaving. At least this is what I think since I didn't see them. Only heard the Ooooh! Aaaaah! as I was walking up the trail.

 

But we went on boats the day after and saw many.

 

Interactive View.

Also made a Stereographic Projection.

 

Technical information:

51 images in 3 rows of 4-8-4 images + nadir * 3 exposures each.

Shot at 10mm, ISO100 f16 and 1/80s +\- 2 stop.

Generated 3 equirectangular panorama (one per exposure) with hugin and post process with photomatix.

Post process to enhance the contrast and change the curves.

I'm learning and want to improve. Don't hesitate to post constructive criticism!

 

Les Escoumins est un petit village reconnu pour ses baleines. Même si on entend souvent parler de Tadoussac, c'est vraiment au Escoumins le meilleur endroit; c'est pourquoi les gros bateaux qui partent de Tadoussac se rendent aux Escoumins pour l'observation. Donc, de cette formation rocheuse, on peut observer les baleines du bord de l'eau.

 

Malheureusement, on est arrivé comme les baleines plongeaient. On est resté quelques heures, et comme on s'en retournaient, on entendant les gens... Sans aucun doute, les baleines étaient de retour.

 

Au moins, on est allé par bateau le lendemain et on en a vu plusieurs!

 

Vue Interactive.

Aussi, une Projection Stereographique.

 

Information Technique:

51 images en 3 rangées de 4-8-4 images + nadir * 3 expositions chaque.

Pris q 10mm, ISO100 f16 et 1/80s +\- 2 stop.

Généré 3 panorama equirectangular (un par exposition) avec hugin et "tonemappé" avec photomatix.

Recoupé et arrangé contraste et courbes.

Je veux m'améliorer. N'hésitez pas à me donner des critiques constructives!

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Taken on August 25, 2009