Updated: Aug 3, 2019
STORY: I went on a vacation with my son to teach him about photography in the Smoky Mountains - a father and son Foto Safari. Of course, it rained most of the time we were there. Despite the rain, we made some fantastic images. One of the techniques I showed him was how I create panoramics. The method is simple. You need to shoot several photos with the same exposure. It works best with a tripod. However, we were shooting the camera handheld. When we got back to the cabin, we used Lightroom to edit the photos together.
My boy shot and edited the photos by himself; I was just a living reference manual. It was a proud, papa moment.
IMAGE DATA - EXIF: Created from 5 images photographed from right to left - 1/500 of a second, f/9, ISO 800 - Focal length 200mm with & Tamron 70-200mm G2 on a Nikon D610. Files shot in RAW with Adobe RGB color space. Edits - Photo edits, panoramic and black and white conversion in Lightroom. Photographed by Foto Dono and edited by son.
IMAGE CATEGORY: SINGLE EXPOSURE - PANO
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