AloneThis one is a bit of nifty panorama if I do say so myself :) , its well pre dawn as you can see by the lone light up on the headland and felt pretty well pitch black except for the glow on the horizon

Alone

This one is a bit of nifty panorama if I do say so myself :) , its well pre dawn as you can see by the lone light up on the headland and felt pretty well pitch black except for the glow on the horizon. Onto the nifty-ness, its a 3 shot pano, however the light was changing fairly fast , hence in each exposure i decreased the shutter time to account for the brightening sky.
The first image was 156s, the second 87.5s and the final one 66s, the fisherman, surprisingly, in one of the 3 exposures stayed quite still which meant he remained somewhat quite sharp in the image.

3 shot Panorama – D750 coupled with Nikkor16-35 f4 @ 16mm
Aperture: f16 and Shutter Speed: as above
ISO: 100
Out front: Lee Graduated Filter 0.9x and Hoya Circular Polariser

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15 thoughts on “AloneThis one is a bit of nifty panorama if I do say so myself :) , its well pre dawn as you can see by the lone light up on the headland and felt pretty well pitch black except for the glow on the horizon

  1. Thanks +Carolyn Fahm , to be honest, I rarely calculate, it's usually more like a thumb in the air and yepm thats probably close enough, after awhile you get a feel for how long the shutter rneeds to be, probably if I calculated i would do better (maybe), however I don't do photography to calculate, thats what I do for engineering :)

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