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    Default Pano from the back deck of the Mt Washington Hotel

    So relaxing, just sitting out there, looking at the summit...

    http://kmembrydesign.com/mwhotel/deck.html

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    Awesome pano someday my wife and I would love to stay there but way to much $$$$.

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    Thanks for posting -- and I just now figured out how the panos work (and I'm slightly embarassed to admit that).

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    What's that new building going to be?
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    I think it's a spa.

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    Very nice and you didn't even get your reflection in the door glass. This type of shot puts Mt. Washington about 20 miles away from the hotel. Do you use a big wide angle lens?
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    Quote Originally Posted by spyboy View Post
    Here's the rest of the set

    http://kmembrydesign.com/mwhotel/

    Kirk
    I wonder if they use compact fluorescents in all those fixtures?
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    I get my reflection out of the door by using a wireless remote.

    The lens is an 8mm fisheye. It does put stuff far away, I find content very close to the camera works best. Here's an example (it's not too close to the camera, but there's details everywhere) http://www.kmembrydesign.com/monastery/5.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich View Post
    Very nice and you didn't even get your reflection in the door glass. This type of shot puts Mt. Washington about 20 miles away from the hotel. Do you use a big wide angle lens?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spyboy View Post
    Here's the rest of the set

    http://kmembrydesign.com/mwhotel/

    Kirk
    nice pix!
    brings back many memories.....
    i worked at the hotel waiting tables years ago
    while in college. was the restaurant pix that
    of the 'sun' dining room?
    ck

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