Australian Centre for Contemporary Art
The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art is Melbourne’s leading contemporary art gallery presenting the most challenging, innovative and creative visual art of our time.
It is the only major public art gallery in Australia focused on commissioning rather than collecting.
The steel, rust-red colored, landmark was designed by Melbourne based architects, Wood Marsh and was completed in 2002 (source: accaonline.org.au)
The panorama is made of six individual shots stitched with Autopano Pro 2 and received minimal post-processing in Bridge and Photoshop CS5.
Each individual shot was taken with an aperture value of 6.3, a focal length of 17mm and was exposed for 30seconds. As usual I used my Canon EOS 7D Body with my Canon 17-40mm f/4L USM lens mounted to a Manfrotto tripod.
The Panorama has a resolution of 62.6 Megapixel and can be printed at 3.75m x 2.07m at 72DPI.
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