Panoramic Night Photos
The photo below has been made by joining 92 individual pictures. Each row – I did 6 of them – has got approximately 16 pictures. Each picture has been overlapped about 50%. My first panoramic photo has been made by overlapping each photo only about 20% and Photoshop could not join them together…
The first two pictures are exactly the same but the first one is in sepia, the second one is just black and white. The third pic is a “planet” made in PS from the first one.
To avoid different frame exposures, I set up all parameters manually:
– AF: automatic, however sometimes I had to set it up manually, AF was only one exception, where I did let camera set it up;
– time: 6sec, manual
– aperture: f9 manual
– ISO 400, locked;
– I did not care about WB (white balance), because I adjusted it in a RAW post process.
– Camera: Nikon D7000;
– Lens: Nikkor 27-70 f2.8
– Cheap tripod 🙂
Place: Norwich, historic part of the city, Elm Hill
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