Friday, April 22, 2011

The Long Good Friday

Rising at 5am, I had no idea I would spend the last five hours of this day in front of the computer processing images.  Three and a half hours of that time were spent trying to process a very amateurish pair of panoramas, taken without tripod and both hand-stitched in photoshop.  The larger one of these actually appears smaller here.  The actual dimensions of the file were 72" x 20" to acommodate the 6 frames shot of the seascape.  It was all a very laboured and uneducated attempt to capture one of the most amazing sunsets I have ever seen.  So much for that!  The best I can do now is apologise but hope you enjoy the colour show...the full-sized image is fraught with errors and looks so much better within the limited frame of a blog window! Really!  I just wanted to share a bit of the amazing beauty with you...  Once again the surfers had a disappointing time with midget waves.

Four frames (portrait orientation), Hand held, Hand-stitched in Photoshop

Six frames (portrait orientation), hand-held, Handstitched in Photoshop

1 comment:

  1. Wow! Stunning shots. That was yesterday?? Did not even register the sunset. AND where were you, Oistins area? What a beautiful place we live in....


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