Shooting eight images, six left to right plus up and down

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Eight images are made - six around, one up and one down to capture the entire scene. The tripod is moved to make the down image.
  The camera is mounted on a tripod with an indexed head that allows precise rotation. The lens is a fisheye lens with a 180-degree field of view. The camera moves clockwise thought the scene, making from six to eight images over the course of a few seconds, creating overlapping views of the scene. camera setup  
    Panoramic tripod head allows for precise spacing between photos, plus the up and down image.