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This was my last one and only the 1st one where I combined two images to form the pano. I combined them manually blending the edges and cloning some parts along with matching the lighting and contrast between the two images...
Interesting things happen when you combine shots for a panarama. In the picture with my mother that was set up, but the one at Santa Monica I didn't notice until sometime later when I was looking at it blown up.
Here's one that I took after my family reunion at Betterton Beach on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. It was nice, peaceful and serene, but I wouldn't say there was anything of much interest, so I digitally added a few more components...
This one is a little different...
Did this years ago. They call it a Panograph because you create it by taking photos of a scene by "panning" over the scene for each shot. Then merge/align in Photoshop. This was done with my first digital camera, I think it was just a 2meg sensor. But by focusing on small areas of the scene and merging them together you can get an image of much higher resolution than your camera is capable of. In this version there are abou 15 images. I just rotated the camera an some random angle between each shot. I think each layer is set around 50% opacity.
This image took 3-4 hrs to capture..shooting a series of 12 about every 15 minutes. It probably took twice as long to pick,stitch and edit.
It is best viewed if you open the preview posted here, for the full effect.
@Lynn when I saw this I had to stop and think for a minute,you see Cliff Lake is my brothers name ,so when I saw this I was thinking that was the name of the artist.I didn't think he was into photography.