A 30 exposure impossible view of Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs
So I've been wanting to shoot Wrigley Field for a while, but never
quite found an angle I liked. For those of you around here, you know
that to get a view of Wrigley without cars, traffic lights, buildings,
etc - you have to be right up at it's doorstep. So that's exactly
what I did last Wednesday night.
I shot six vertical shots from left to right to make this. And for each of the six, I shot 5 exposures. Then I made six separate hdrs, and attempted to line them up in photoshop to make a panorama. Since I was so close in on the stadium, I had to manually fix a LOT of stitching problems. That often happens with more ornate things when you are close to them to shoot.
So this one was a lot of work that resulted in a 275mb tiff, that after being cropped is 32 inches by 17 inches at 300dpi.
But at least I now have a shot of all of Wrigley Field without distractions! Phew.
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