Posts tagged ‘panorama’

18
Jun

Shot of the Day #49


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Another photo from the top of Ayers Rock/Uluru showing the deep holes eroded over time due to wind and rain. It is a panorama of only three photographs stitched together, and I managed to get Kata Tjuta in the distance.

On Uluru looking out at Kata Tjuta

On Uluru looking out at Kata Tjuta

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17
Jun

Shot of the Day #48


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The climb to the top of Uluru is well worth the effort – the panoramic view is amazing and the thought that your in the middle of Australia! This photograph is a panorama stitch of fifteen photos, and as you can see a polariser has made the colours very rich, however the dark spots in the sky are a result of the maximum polarisation being 90ยบ Degrees to the sun.

On top of the largest Rock on the Planet - Uluru, Australia!

On top of the largest Rock on the Planet - Uluru, Australia! (Click to view larger)

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14
Jun

Shot of the Day #45


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Looking up at the enormous Rock is something you have to experience first-hand, before I visited Uluru I thought it was a reasonable large rock in the middle of Australia and I’d have no problem jogging up the side. I was completely wrong! Uluru is truly a massive rock emerging from the ground 348m high – only a third of its entire bulk! This is a panorama of three photographs stitched in Photoshop and I was using my polariser, which is such a necessity when photographing out in the Red Centre as it eliminates the glare and saturates the blues.

At the base of Uluru before the climb!

At the base of Uluru before the climb!

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11
Jun

Shot of the Day #43


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Kings Canyon was beautiful – I made it there at around sunset, greeted by the 270m sandstone chasms – brilliantly lit up by the dropping sun, which produced a golden fringe around the canyon forest. Heading back from the main lookout I side tracked into the river bed a little and this pool of water was perfectly placed for me to capture the reflections and canyon walls! I had to do a free-hand panorama to include both the reflections and orange sandstone, I later stitched the nineteen photographs together in Photoshop, creating this vertical panorama!

Sunset Reflections - Kings Canyon

Sunset Reflections - Kings Canyon

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9
Jun

Shot of the Day #40


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The Olgas – Kata Tjuta is geologically spectacular, with Uluru/Ayers Rock and The Olgas just a few Kilometres apart rising out of the Earth, amidst nothing but flat desert. The Olgas have been formed over millions of years from wind and rain erosion and once was similar to Uluru’s form. This photograph is a panorama made up of seven portrait orientated photos stitched, and I had my Polariser on to remove the glare – producing better tones and colour. No post-processing done!

The Olgas - Kata Tjuta

The Olgas - Kata Tjuta

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