Taking Panoramas to a New Height
Or should I say width? Click on the photo to go to the photographer’s blog and enjoy a much larger version.
Renowned Bay Area photographer Harold Davies loves the Golden Gate Bridge. At least that’s what I’m assuming, seeing as the guy keeps going back to photograph it even after he published a book titled 100 Views of the Golden Gate. Apart from terrific 180° view, what I’m jealous of is that his Photoshop could handle the 10 photos he stitched together. My CS3 gets flustered as soon as I give it more than 4.
Although I’ve seen the Golden Gate Bridge a few times, I only had a camera with me on one occasion…and it was foggy (surprise!). Below is my humble rendition of this iconic landmark. Click for a slightly larger version.
In view of my post a few days ago, I’m wondering whether Harold Davies’s stitched panorama would be considered a “photograph” by most folk…