Re: [PanoToolsNG] Fire! part II...
I sincerely hope your home survives. Be careful and safe, but geez,
this is historical and should be pano documented.
My sympathies go out to families losing their homes, businesses,
schools and everything else. If you have time, grab the important
papers, the backup, family pictures, art and heirlooms, pets, check
books and get the heck out of the way of the fires. If they might
keep you out of your home for a long time, empty the
refrigerator/freezer, turn it off and leave it open, before you
leave. After evacuating, save all of your receipts for potential
I cannot understand why every air tanker in the country isn't
constantly dropping foam, gel or whatever it takes to save these
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>part II ...
>Posted by: "Pat Swovelin" <mailto:Panoramas@...?Subject=
>Tue Oct 23, 2007 2:07 am (PST)
>OK, so NOW you've got my attention. This is extremely quick (I've got
>to shoot a greyscale when I get home to figure out the color temp) and
>I've never shot in these conditions before so I experimented with
>stops. This is the 1st one I threw together to see if it's any good. I
>have to be onset in less than 5.5 hours--ugh--so I won't be able to work
>on anything else until the end of the day. Waaaaaaaaaaaaa!
>Cool Guy @ Large