So, it’s been about a week since my last post, a bit unusual for me. As you’ll see, I’ve been more than a bit busy as we prepare for the grand opening of the Neurological Rehabilitation Center at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore. My imagery is featured exclusively throughout the unit. That’s no small matter when we’re talking more than 50 images, some as much as 30 feet in width!
About ten days ago my installers put up all the wall covering images.
I thought it would be fun to show you the main graphic going up. My assistant, Bob, compressed about two hours of work into one 60-second video that we filmed (can we say that with video?) using my Nikon D800 and Bob’s Nikon D7000, both mounted on tripods.
It was a stressful day, with having to hang a 30-feet, 19-feet, 17-feet and assorted 10-feet and 4-feet walls. But our installers are super-pros and did a great job. Hats off to Robin, Sean and Bill!
In the video you may notice that one of the panels is a bit “off” in terms of color and shading. We ended up having to rush back to our studio late at night, reprint the 9-foot strip, coat it with sealer, and have it back bright and early the next morning for our people to install it. Stuff happens!
BTW, I took this pano using 11 or so images across the bottom and the same number along the top, with my Nikon D800 and a 200-400mm lens set at 300mm. For details on how I shoot these panos, check here and here.
Enjoy the video!