Tech Info: Five image panorama stitched manually. Each image was from a Nikon D300s with Nikkor 50mm, f/8 for 1/750 sec with ISO 200
The five images used to create this panorama was taken on the second day of the Yosemite visit. It was still drizzling and we had to shield the camera equipment with anything we could get from the rain. I was using a good old black umbrella (the one used by Grandpas..) and some of the wide angle shots here got the tip of the umbrella in them :-p
This is my first panorama and probably the last one that I’m going to stitch manually. Its way too time consuming and difficult to stitch. The auto stitching programs were cutting off most part of the stitched image, but since I didn’t want to loose them, went the manual way.
Stitching a panorama manually is very difficult as you have to take care of the alignment and the lens distortions that might be there. This particular one had both and I’m not sure how I managed to do it. I’m happy that its done and will appreciate the auto stitch programs a lot more now 😀
4 thoughts on “Yosemite Tunnel View Panorama”
Like the B&W picture better because of the fog!
Thanks Peshla. yeah, the B&W version gets much better contrast due to the fog/mist 🙂
somehow this picture has an Avatar feel to it, in fact it can easily pass off as one from the movie
Weird thing is I've never seen the movie and somehow not inclined to see it too 🙂