Had a location and the sort of shot I wanted in mind for a while now, but as always the weather needed to cooperate. It did this morning…
The sun, close to peaking above the horizon behind me, hasn’t shown itself yet. There’s this small window where the sun, even though not yet visible, paints the sky in front of it with these nice soft, pastel colours. The very localized fog banks are probably part of the reason why this is so.
I also thought that this might be a nice 6 shot panorama to play with. It is not often that the PlayRaw section offers a set of RAWs that can be used to play with Hugin (or whatever your aligner and stitcher might be). This one shouldn’t be all that difficult, though; White balance and exposure is the same across the images and they are shot from a tripod.
I’ll leave it up to those that want to have a go at this if they use all 6 or just a selection of the available RAWs.
For reference: These are from left (2605) to right (2610) with a 50% overlap and each image being 4040x6064. The original, stitched, image is 15461x6058. The above shown panorama is cropped to a 3:1 ratio (original being 13634x4545)
As always: Be creative.
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