Summer Here

Summer Here

Panorama - scroll sideways to see it all.

This shot is a little more complicated than it looks, but photoshop has some amazing automation tools.

It's a photo made up of seven photos, each of which is a composite of four images merged together in HDR. Since the sky is so much brighter than the buildings there was no way that I could expose the whole scene properly. So I took four shots of the exact same position with differing exposures and used the HDR tools in photoshop to blend them together into one reasonably well exposed image. Then I did that six more times panning across the amazing West End of Vancouver and blended those seven images together into this pano.

A little bit of work, but I'm happy with the result.

It's the view from my balcony and I have a hard time taking it for granted. I love this city and am so happy that I live here.

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Summer Here

Summer Here

Panorama - scroll sideways to see it all.

This shot is a little more complicated than it looks, but photoshop has some amazing automation tools.

It's a photo made up of seven photos, each of which is a composite of four images merged together in HDR. Since the sky is so much brighter than the buildings there was no way that I could expose the whole scene properly. So I took four shots of the exact same position with differing exposures and used the HDR tools in photoshop to blend them together into one reasonably well exposed image. Then I did that six more times panning across the amazing West End of Vancouver and blended those seven images together into this pano.

A little bit of work, but I'm happy with the result.

It's the view from my balcony and I have a hard time taking it for granted. I love this city and am so happy that I live here.

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Views: 1676
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Posted: 2008-01-09 | 17:38