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Taken somewhere between Mount BawBaw and Warburton, this photo is the first I’ve done from one horizon, up, then over my head to the other horizon. It isn’t a conventional view but I certainly am happy with the result.
forest green panorama road sky tall tree
It makes my head hurt, but I like it.
Love this – sensational work!
Great shot! I really like vertical panoramas, but there’s not so many situations where you can take good ones. This is one where it works very well, and the 180 degrees makes it even more special.
How on earth did you do this?? It’s bizarre- in a good way!
Hello again Ruth.This photo is made up of several individual photos, I seem to remember about ten to cover the 180 degrees. I have a photo stitcher program which I used (but nothing was lining up), so after trial and error I used the stitcher program to distort the photos and then Photoshop to piece everything together. It was a pain staking process but the end result was worth it. :)I can show you sometime I’m sure.
Well, whatever, however you did this, the end result is pretty spectacular! Looks great in that wide landscape format. Certainly makes for a much more interesting and unique interpretation.
Amazing – this is head spinning stuff!
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