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Wednesday, October 19, 2016
I have worked with a cinemascope format movie theatre presentation from my photos. This is an extra wide ~21:9 format used in movie theatres. The actual film is not ready yet but I have some of my images converted to this ultra wide format. I think they will look great at a large movie screen! I'll publish some of individual panoramic format photos here, images are down scaled for the web.
Cinemascope format image of the Eastern Veil
be sure to click for a full resolution version!
Please, click for a full size photo, 1850 x 1200 pixels
Eastern Veil is a part of theVeil Nebula supernova remnant at constellation Cygnus.
Veil Nebula is a cloud of ionized gas and dust, leftovers from an exploded star. The star went off some 5000-8000 years ago at distance of about 1470 light years. The whole Veil Nebula is a relatively faint target and difficult to image due to the large angular diameter, about three degrees, and a dense star field.
All the technical details can be found HERE