49 Cormorant Panorama From BRIGANTine

I was cleaning up backup Hard Drives and I found this panorama of Cormorants. This was taken last June at the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge in Oceanville, NJ. I was using a Tamron 150-600mm lens @ 600mm with a Sigma 2X teleconverter for a focal length of 1200mm. The Panorama is made with 9 horizontal images, aligned & blended in Photoshop. Even with the Sigma 2X teleconverter I was using autofocus with the Canon R. For some reason the Canon R does not see the Sigma 2X Teleconverter and still thinks the lens with the teleconverter is a f/6.3 aperture. Even the Adobe Camera Raw info data states it is f/6.2 (not even the f/6.3) lens.

Cropped Detail Image from the left side of the panorama

10 Comments on “49 Cormorant Panorama From BRIGANTine

    • Thanks Isabel! It is nice to do panoramas! Plus if you just used a wide angle lens you just have a lot sky above and water below with empty space. So your main subjects do not stand out.

    • Yes! I agree, plus there is more fine detail if you ever wanted to print it large. Before I retired my commercial studio, I also had 4 wide format printers. Fun to see a print 15 to 30ft long by up to 5 ft high, in one piece. Clients would come in for a photo shoot and see the large prints and we would also get to do their trade show graphics.

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