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Dag 113 - Panorama af Watergate Bay i Cornwall



Dette er et panorama foto sammensat af fire fotos. Jeg havde ikke stativ med, så teknikken er at stille sig så stabilt som muligt, holde armene ind til kroppen for støtte, mens man roterer kroppen fra venstre mod højre og skyder en række fotos. Det er bedst at vælge manuel styring "M" af kameraet, så eksponeringen af hvert foto bliver identisk. Her valgte jeg "A" styring (Aperture) og kontrollerede dermed blænden og dermed hvor meget lys der skal til (lukketiden ("S" styring) varieres dermed af kameraet).
I Photoshop blev de fire fotos flettet sammen og jeg rettede efterfølgende nogle synlige overgangsfejl. Herefter har jeg anvendt "dodge og burn" på udvalgte områder af fotoet for at fremhæve højlys, skygger og mellemtoner. Et sort-til-hvid lag er blandet ind i fotoet med en 50%'s effekt. Endelig er kontrasten øget.

På fotoet ses en lille by. Vi kørte kun igennem den, men det så ganske hyggeligt ud. Her findes et hotel - "The Hotel" - som ligger helt ud til vandet. Det er den store bygning på mit foto. Jeg har ikke boet der, men på deres hjemmeside ser det ganske godt ud til et lille ferieophold.
Ved at søge lidt på området omkring Watergate Bay fandt jeg også en restaurant - "Fifteen Cornwall" - startet af Jamie Oliver.

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  1. Great job in PS and a great shot of the landscape Lars, I'm impressed! Have a nice weekend. GoranW

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