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We can finally see the light

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Sunset panorama

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It’s all in the details

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Fields panorama

Fields panorama 1

Fields panorama 2

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Village streets

Village streets panorama

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Morning sunshine – panorama

Panorama sunrise

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Sunset Photography, Large Panorama #2

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Sunset Photography, Large Panorama #1

Sunset Photography, Panoramic View #2

This one is a broader view of the same sunset. I used a Sony 50mm f/1.4. Once again, used Photomerge in Photoshop CS6 to create the panorama.

Sunset Panorama – Luxembourg

It’s been a while since I actually worked on a panoramic shot. Anywhere I go, I usually shoot a series of photographs destined to be used as a panorama but I don’t always materialize the process into an actual panoramic shot to post. This time, as I didn’t have the time to go out and shoot something in particular, I jumped on the occasion and immortalized the beautiful sunsets we have here. Someday, I’ll wake up early enough to do the same for sunrises. But anyway. It’s a work in progress, I have four panoramas to post, and since my “actual” job is time consuming, I do my best to also work on my photography.

By the way, quick but important question. Would you be interested in a “how to” post about panoramic shots creation? I use Photoshop CS6, sometimes other softwares, but mainly CS6. I know I was interested in tutorials about the subject back when I first started, and maybe, if you like my panoramic shots, you’d be interested in how I do them! So let me know 🙂

Here’s today’s panorama.

 

Don’t forget to comment on whether you’d like to see a “how to create a panorama with Photoshop CS6” post!

Bye for now 🙂