Whew, finally Friday. This week did seem to go pretty quick, but any week that follows twelve days off is always tough to get through.
It’s been quite a while since I’ve posted an HDR panorama and I keep telling myself that I’d like to start doing more, but kind of always forgot about it. Well, the past couple weeks I did remember and captured two different ones from various parts of the North Shore. The first one, above, was taken on a photowalk with friend and fellow photog Zach Frailey of Uprooted Photographer fame. We were hoping to get some misty shots of Pittsburgh from the North Shore, but unfortunately the weather just wasn’t cooperating, so I thought I’d try a four shot panorama instead.
The next one is from Monday late afternoon/evening during the snow storm that we had here in Pittsburgh. I was farther down the North Shore, by Heinz Field, and fired off a ten shot panorama. I actually remembered to keep the camera in portrait orientation instead of landscape, which made a huge difference!
Each shot is comprised of five exposure HDRs that were processed with the batch processing option in Photomatix.
Thanks a lot for stopping by today everyone, see you all on Monday!