A cloud panorama taken last year in the Spring at a local park. I liked the stacked clouds floating above the bare trees in the landscape and the small pop of red on the building in the background. I wanted the main center higher clouds to be in the center of the image. For this image, because of the area I wanted to capture, I would usually only need 2 rows of 2 images each if I was using a full frame camera. But because I was using a m43 camera with a smaller sensor, I used a 5th shot for the center area of the handheld panorama. I have found that if I shoot the 4 corners than 1 image for the center, the images align easier & looks better in the final panorama when using the m43 format cameras. Images taken @ 14mm with a Panasonic 14-140mm lens on a m43 Olympus Camera. I put each image in a layered Photoshop file & auto aligned the images in the layered Photoshop file. Then let Photoshop blend those layers for final image. I saw on the town web site notification that this park will be open again today! But only allowing ~ 10 cars in at a time and must use social distancing guidelines. Seems strange since it is a huge area and if one car leaves does that mean 1 car can go in?
Neat image, Reed. I love puffy clouds!
Thanks Eliza! For some reason this park has great cloud formations! It is fun to photograph there.
Very nice, Reed!
Thanks Donna! They just opened up this park again yesterday, but are only allowing a limited number in at a time. It is a very large park with a small parking lot, so do not know how they are going to manage that! Too bad because they have a lot of Bluebird boxes in a small grassed area that attracts a lot of bluebirds and goldfinches.
Nice! I hope you get to go soon!
Thanks Steve! It is a great park to photograph clouds!