Evening Approaches – Panorama


It’s been a while since I touched a Panorama, or a stitched image  🙂  This one is old (last year) but I never got around to stitching and processing it until now.  Originally intended as a six image Panorama, it seems the last two in the sequence refused to be stitched in (I may try a different software later) so I ended up with a four image stitched together Panorama.

This is from the Roundhouse on the Kingston Promenade on the Georgetown Seawall, facing west, the sun isn’t quite setting but it the exposure gave it a little darkness and added to the mood.  At full size you can see that there are people on the Jetty (pier) in the distance. and even someone on the rocks in the foreground.

 

Evening Approaches - 18mm, 1/320s, f/10, ISO400 - 4 images

I encourage you to click on the image for a better view at the Gallery, but unless you have a very wide monitor, it won’t help too much  🙂  Try this link to see an 1100 pixel wide version.

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6 thoughts on “Evening Approaches – Panorama

  1. Dude, even at the largest size I can get on my display from Zen I can’t see the people 🙂 Never mind that though, its a great image with very engaging colours. Can’t remember the last time I did a panorama, but this definitely inspires me to try again.

  2. Beautiful Mike. Reminds me of what happened there last year. The beauty of this should erase the memory of that day. May be. 🙂 . I think you are on the right track about the light. Will move the computer closer to the TV and have a look. Keep well and keep up the good work

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