Panoramic Gallery
 
Please note: These panoramic images are intended to be viewed at their best, displayed on high resolution, widescreen monitors

The panoramic images in the top half of this gallery have been produced by stitching multiple images using Adobe Photoshop CC
 
Carl Wark and Higger Tor
 
Stanage View towards Over Owler Tor and Millstone Edge
 
View from Over Owler Tor
 
Ladybower Reservoir in Winter
 
Luskentyre Bay Gloaming (Isle of Harris)
 
Luskentyre Beach (Isle of Harris)
 
View towards The Western Isles
 
Sea View Near Huisinis (Isle of Lewis)
 
Callanish Standing Stones (isle of Lewis)
 
Raasay Sound (Isle of Skye)
 
Luskentyre Bay and moon
 
The Hills of North Harris
 
Wyming Brook (Derbyshire Peak District)
 
Low Tide and Gloaming (Luskentyre Bay)
How to create a Panoramic image the easy way.

Most digital cameras create a 3 x 2 ratio image and the most poular size of a panoramic image is 3 x 1.
This means that all you have to do is:
1. Select a lens that covers the width of your intended panoramic image.
2. frame it in the top half of your viewfinder.
3. Lift your camera up so that this image is across the midle of your viewfinder.
(this the uses the centre of the lense and avoids any soft corners)
4. Take the image in one shot
5. Process the image as normal
6. Crop the image using a 3 x 1 crop ratio .

One benefit of using a single shot image is that it allows HDR techniques to be used with ease on panoramic images and allows panoramic action images to be taken.


When it comes to printing your Panoramic images, there are a number of Panoramic papers on the market.

I use the Fotospeed Panoramic Range and can highly recommend the range of papers.

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The panoramic images below have been produced from a single 3x2 ratio image using Photoshop CC and then cropped to 3 x 1.
 
Bottlenose Dolphins
 
Puffins with Sand Eels
 
Take-off, Isle of Barra Airport
 
Haddon Hall Courtyard
 
Avro Lancaster Bomber
 
Jaguar Pilots
 
Sauce Hollandaise Daisies
 
Incoming Wave Scarista Bay (Isle of Harris)
 
Sam Bird (formula E)
 
Lost it!
 
View Towards Higger Tor
 
Twistleton Scar Cairn
 
Breaking Reef Wave, Scarista Bay
 
Winter in Scarista Bay
 
The Red Cuillins in Evening Light
 
Low Tide at Dawn, Lindesfarne