As it snows outside tonight I was looking back through some shots I took one misty morning this fall. Sometimes you just want to take it all in so I took several shots to make this panoramic photo of the warm fall colours.
This panoramic shot was taken at the same location as yesterdays shot of the Conestogo River just outside of St. Jacobs Ontario.
It is made up of 5 HDR images. Each HDR (high dynamic range) image is made up of 3 exposures.
The Royal York Road United Church in Toronto has a beautiful Sanctuary with blend of wood, brick and stone. We attended a memorial service here for my wife’s Aunt. It was a beautiful service in a beautiful church.
This shot is a vertical pano made up of three, three exposure HDR shots processed in Photomatix and the panorama merged together in Photoshop
This is classic Manhattan. Locate at 1 Centre Street in New York City, the Manhattan Municipal Building is a 40-story building built to accommodate increased governmental space demands after the 1898 consolidation of the city’s five boroughs.Wikipedia
I shot this as a vertical panorama stitched together with CS6.
A dramatic sky always looks great in a panorama.
This is made up of 4 – HDR 3 exposure shots. HDR in Photomatix. Panorama in Photoshop.
This panorama of Colpoy’s Bay was made up of 13 images stitched together. The small size limit of this blog doesn’t do it justice but if you click on the image you will get a slightly larger size. The view is 180 degrees from end of the bay to the west to the mouth of the bay to the east.