Sydney Skyline

a wide view 😉

+Clint Burkinshaw just for you mate, i would have not posted it otherwise 😉

The little planet used about 2/3rds of this frame, the process (excluding the wrapping) is fairly similar, well as much as I can remember 🙂 …
The tricky bit is just getting the image level and getting the ends to join up without huge discontinuities (tone/colour and subject)

9 images stitched together in PTGUI (only because Photoshop struggled to blend the sky tones together in a natural way.
Exif love:
D750 coupled with 85mm f1.4 @ 85mm Aperture: f/14 and Shutter Speed: 15s
ISO 100
out front – Lee Graduated 0.9x Filter

The Land down under

I have been on a little self imposed ban on these planetoid images, however a recent pano of the Sydney skyline from Bradleys head has inspired me to do one of these again – in preference to the actual original pano image dare I say it 🙂

9 images stitched together than wrangled into a planet shape

Exif love:
D750 coupled with 85mm f1.4 @ 85mm Aperture: f/14 and Shutter Speed: 15s
ISO 100
out front – Lee Graduated 0.9x Filter

Contemplation

no fear of rock pools and no fear of pulling out shells, periwinkles and whatever else lays within them.. 🙂 gonna need to watch this one!

I just wish i could know what she was thinking, there was some very serious concentration going on here 🙂

ya like how we roll at the beach, singlet and all ? 😉