When I set my tripod on the ledge behind the organ in the choir loft in the Unitarian Church, I didn’t intend to shoot to capture another vertorama. But when I looked through the viewfinder I thought it might be a nice compliment to the vertorama from the back of the church.
This one was a bit more challenging. I had switched to the smaller tripod with the ball-head, so keeping the axis straight as I pivoted the camera up was next to impossible. I’m thrilled with the way Photoshop compensated for the shifts in the stitching processing.
On another note:
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