Well here it is my first little planet.
I rushed off th Bexhill to have a little look around and grab the pictures needed to create this fun picture.
I've been wanting to try this for a couple of years now and to be honest I'm absolutely gutted I did'nt try this sooner.
This picture is made up of 19 seperate pictures all stitched together as a panoramic then with a little photoshop magic created planet de La warr.
I didn't think Iwas going to get the shots I needed to do this as I had on my ballhead instead of my pan and tilt and if you have a ballhead you will know this isn't suitable for pano shots unless it has a pano function on it.
Anyway I soldered through and got my shots then came straight home to put it together, it took a few tries but I learnt quickly where I went wrong as I had a picture too many with the same thing in which duplicated that in the pano but once I deleted that extra pikky everything fell back into place.
For this shot I used my Sigma 10-20 and took the pictures in portrait format to squeeze every bit of landscape in as possible.
Now I have done my first one, my brain has gone into planet overload and I want to try this technique in loads of new and exciting places.
For people who know Bexhill you will recognise the infamous De La warr building and the two greek style towers overlooking the sea.
You can even see the coach on top of the building in tribute to the italian job sticking over the cliff edge.
►Tripod + Cable Release
►19 x pictures stitched together.
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