We went to Davidsons Mill Pond Park to photograph the Fall colors. I was only using my Canon R with a 24-105mm lens & my iPhone 11 Pro. All panorama images here are with the 24-105mm @ various focal lengths. I purposely made a series of panoramas at different focal lengths (as listed below images) and different numbers of images per panorama. I was trying to show how sometimes it is better to use more images per panorama in the beginning & once you get used to doing them you can use less images and still get the image that you wanted. Also by shooting more images than you need, you get used to how the process works and get the feel for how many you will need in the future. In Photoshop you just load all images into one layered Photoshop file. Select layers and chose Auto-Align, then Auto-Blend. Comes in handy for the times you want a wider image or taller image and have the wrong lens to accomplish your vision. If needed I can post a more step by step process blog.
This is lovely! The tones and reflections are wonderful!
Thanks Isabel! It was a colorful morning!
Breathtaking scenery, Reed!
Thanks Greta! It is fun to photograph the colorful landscapes this time of year!
Nice series, Reed! I think I love autumn foliage reflected in water better than any other!
Thanks Eliza! I agree! The Fall colors are nice reflected in the calm water!
These are gorgeous, Reed!
Thanks Donna! Panoramas are fun to do!
Very nice series, Reed. You are getting some nice color there.
Thanks Steve! They are fun to do! Plus doing them handheld, less lenses you need to carry. Plus no tripod to lug around!