The Port of Sydney undergoing major redevelopment.

A six(6) shot (portrait) panorama shot on a Really Right Stuff pannning clamp and nodal slide, stitched in PTGui.

Single RAW files tonepmapped in Photomatix.

Really looking for feedback on this as I am just starting to experiment with true panoramas.

Canon EOS 7D
Shooting Mode Manual
Shutter Speed 1/200
Aperture Value 11
Metering Mode Spot Metering
ISO Speed 100
Lens EF50mm f/1.4 USM
Focal Length 50.0 mm
Cropped

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  • Fstop
    Fstopover 3 years ago

    Well I cant tell its a stich up so guess that’s a great start Mark!

    Not sure if your looking for any critique on the composition, the road and LHS bulk keeps dragging my eye in and around to the left…. I think it works really well, looking forwward to how you apply it to a beach or rockscape :-)

  • Thasnks mate. After a couple of days of finding the nodal point for my smaller zoom and fixed, I agree I think I found it. I’m glad an experienced eye couldn’t tell, as I certainly couldn’t. Looking forward to some seascape’s now I’m armed with a new trick.

    – Mark Lucey

  • Fstop
    Fstopover 3 years ago

    Wow! this really right stuff must be made of kryptonite/unobtanium alloy, best part of $190 for an L bracket- ouch…. Make a $1000 tripod seem like a bargan…

  • Yeah not cheap but all their L-plates are custom nade for a specific camera. As I already had one I thought it would be a cheaper alternative than a new pano specific head. FYI the Lplate is excellent, just flip it from landscape to portrait in 30sec

    – Mark Lucey

  • donnnnnny
    donnnnnnyover 3 years ago

    remember that water and moving water is very hard to stitch mark, you will need long exposures for it to work. cheer s don

  • Thanks for the tip Don.

    – Mark Lucey

  • Clive S
    Clive Sover 3 years ago

    Thank you for sharing your artwork with the Photomatix HDR Group!

  • Joseph T. Meirose IV
    Joseph T. Meir...over 3 years ago

    Great job, Mark! Thank you for entering the HDR Photography Group Challenge. Best of luck;)

  • Thnaks Joe. Just started palying with panos after getting a Really right stuff pano clamp. Only created this last weekend so good timing.

    – Mark Lucey

  • Akkra
    Akkraover 2 years ago

    Beautiful watercolour sky, very nice shot :o)

  • Thanks

    – Mark Lucey

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