I was recently inspired by photographer Panorama Paul (aka. Paul Bruins) here on Flickr when he posted, what he calls, a "croporama". Not a new technique, by any stretch, as most of us have done it by necessity over the years to save a shot that lacked interest in the upper or lower sections of a frame. Thereby making a pseudo-panorama or croporama. :) But an interesting thought to carry in your head while composing images in the field. So if you're out shooting with me and you hear me mumbling to myself something like..."you don't ALWAYS have to use the WHOLE frame dummy!" you will know what I'm talking about. :)
Paul's work is absolutely fantastic, by the way, so please check out his stream. And if you want to see some unbelievable panoramic work check out Tim Poulton who's presentation style was "borrowed" for this image. Cheers Tim!
Please do take a moment and click on the image to see it large on a black background. It really looks nicer that way and thank you in advance for looking at my work and for any comments, critiques and favorites. :)
And please don't use my images without my consent.