March 10, 2011

The Stone Attic

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I’m winding down a week of panorama images. This one is from the top floor of the Stone Mill.

This, like yesterday’s pano (and tomorrow’s), was captured with the 24mm PC-E lens. Its one of my favorite uses of this lens. By shooting one shot (or one set of brackets) at all three shifting positions of the lens, you can get a nearly perfectly aligned set of image. Stitching is a breeze using Photoshop (File > Automate > Photomerge).

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  1. Really cool use of light and darkness here. I also like the center section of flooring being different enough to lead you to the light at the end. Cool shot!

  2. Like it Bob – really ominous feel with the overwhelming amount of darkness in the shot with the glimmer of light at the end of the attic.

  3. I honestly don’t know if I would walk towards the light. If I did, I would surely stay on the right side of the room.