Looking over the Edge

Posted by Ian Bramham (Manchester, United Kingdom) on 22 October 2007 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

A panorama of 3 vertically orientated photos stitched together.

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Organik Mum from Australia

Gorgeous. Love the b/w.

22 Oct 2007 5:24am

Sriram from Chennai, India

Brilliant tones and lovely framing! very good work, Ian!

Lovely work on this!

22 Oct 2007 7:49am

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Well done Ian, there seems to be such a nice movement to it!

22 Oct 2007 10:42am

Brian from United States

Spectacular and dramatic! What a beautiful monochrome study!

22 Oct 2007 1:34pm

Reza from Montreal, Canada

great color tone.

22 Oct 2007 8:27pm

MaryB from Staffordshire, United Kingdom

A spectacular view, a superb photograph Ian!

22 Oct 2007 8:44pm

amy from Rocky Mountain House, Canada

Excellent stitching!! What a view... wow!!

22 Oct 2007 9:50pm

vasa from United States

good tonal range..apt for panorama...btw were ur exposure settings the same for all 3 shots...

23 Oct 2007 12:05am

@vasa: Thanks vasa! - no, I can't lock exposure on the Fuju F31. I used the freeware stitching programme 'Autostitch' which is pretty good at balancing settings automatically across the different frames.

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