Dovecote 360 at Lewis & Clark College

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A dovecote (or dovecot) is a type of dove house intended for pigeons or doves. Dovecotes were typically built into the end of a house or barn, but could be freestanding structures. This one located on the campus of Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon is called the “Dovecote,” a coffeehouse that today offers fresh pastries and espresso. The original images for this polar panorama were captured with a tripod using a homemade panoramic nodal bracket holding the DSLR (digital single lens reflex) camera with vertical grip vertically set at ISO 400 and f/16 using a wide-angle zoom lens (12 to 24).

Keywords: Buildings, Campus 360, Structures, Digital Darkroom, Polar Panorama, Panorama, Landscape, 360, and USA.

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Comments (1) Kiss Lá… on July 6, 2013

Very nice shot! Like 1

We are pleased to invite you this picture in Colours group.

Thank you, greetings, László Kiss

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  • Uploaded on June 9, 2013
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    by Guy Crilly