Sunday, June 17, 2012
Photo of the day: Rope Rescue Panorama
I did learn one thing in this process, and that is to leave more room along the edges of the images than you normally would, so that the stitched images extend far enough out to allow for a good crop. In this image, for example, the rangers at the op of the frame are just a little bit more to the left than the ranger at the bottom of the rope, so unconsciously I shifted my composition a little bit to the left when I took the upper image. If I had not framed that image so tightly, I would have avoided the slight black triangle of missing information in the upper right of the stitched panorama--something I was forced to leave in the picture, lest I crop out part of the action at the bottom of the frame.
Here's another, longer panorama to enjoy: