Photomerge Panorama

Nature Photo Challenge Number Four

This is like a Wednesday for gainfully employed folks, the pinnacle of the week, the highest peak of the journey over the hill. Anyway, for this one I have posted a Photomerge Panorama taken by the small lake, Lac Lauzon in Mont-Tremblant National Park. It is not always this desolate. On the contrary, the lake is a popular day use …

Nature Photo Challenge 3

On the Third Day of the #NaturePhotoChallenge I posted a panorama image of Lac Monroe. the series of images used to build this panorama was taken one fall 2016 late morning. The lighting was changing pretty quickly, and looking at individual images I was wondering if they would be blended well. Each one was lit slightly different from the next …

Nature Photo Challenge #2

As a follow up to the #NaturePhotoChallenge postings, there is #2 of 7 from me. The photo was taken from the end of the boardwalk looking back towards the park. Canon 40D in P mode, handheld, lens Canon EF-S 24 mm (pancake). The image is available for licensing and print orders from Alamy – http://bit.ly/2ppBlsy It is also available for variety …

Burj Khalifa Vertical Photomerge

Burj Khalifa is probably the most frequently photographed object in Dubai, UAE. Trying to catch up with the pack, I decided to try vertical Photomerge.   I used Canon 5D2 with Canon EF40 mm f/2.8 STM in manual mode, fully open, shutter 1/10. I have practiced my pan few times, and then performed eight exposures starting from the ground going …

#naturephotochallenge lac escalier landscape panorama

Nature Photo Challenge

In the recent attempt of Social Network users to make the nature photography viral I was challenged by one of my friends. Naturally (pun!) I have accepted the challenge. And accepting it I have decided to introduce a series of Photomerge Panoramas. From technical point of view the Panorama is a number of images taken deliberately (or randomly) to make …

DIY Slider

What looks like a combination of the mover’s cart and the sewage pipes is in fact a working tool of the cameraman. It’s a portable tripod slider allowing for smooth tracking of the camera on the set. On the set of the Baseline Production doing the three camera interview for the private client.

Plane Spotting with Canon G1 X

I have already told you what Canon G1 X is not: it is not a macro camera; it is not a camera for taking shots of fast moving objects (i. e. children); it is not a pocket size point-and-shoot camera unless you have huge pockets. But as some are saying it is a great camera for landscape photography. I can’t see why …