Sometimes – all you need is just to be able to see more of the picture. I love taking panoramas when you have a great subject and complimentary background to go with it. These are some of my best panoramas that I have made.
There is a lot of creative editing that went into these to get the color and the tone right. Using CameraRaw processing to get basic exposure and colors where I want them. Once into Photoshop, I used the clone stamp tool to rid them of any distractions (Telephone poles, weeds, etc). Once that part was done, I took the panoramas in to Nik Software Color Efex Pro 4 to add my finish effects. Effects such as “Glamor Glow,” “Pro Contrast,” “Neutral Gradient Filter.” I then sharpened the photo and save.
These are great, Dustin! I especially like the money one-it reminds me of Gringotts 🙂
Thanks, Emily! I really like the coin one too – very different! Also – thanks for checking out my website!
Wow. These are some really great panoramics! I’m with Emily, I really like the image of the coins! It’s not often that you see a pano of something small like that. Very awesome idea, I.m loving it!
Thanks, Zach! I really liked taking this panorama and being able to see the detail of something we keep in our pockets… or on the ground.