Blue hour panorama

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    A real panoama. 3:1 ratio and none of your stitching for me.

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    1. kenny mccartney 51 months ago | reply

      Composed beautifully.

    2. sjones9563 51 months ago | reply

      Absolutely beautiful!

    3. celta4 51 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous!

    4. DuncanTyson 51 months ago | reply

      I'm presuming it was cropped in PP? Either way it just adds that extra dimension to a beautiful shot.

    5. Stoates-Findhorn 51 months ago | reply

      Excellent composition.

    6. Jem Salmon 51 months ago | reply

      Stark! i imagine that spot is pretty busy with the camera brigade.

    7. stuartlow1202 51 months ago | reply

      DuncanTyson Hi Duncan, it's not a crop in that sense. It's a spare dslr body that is attached to a view camera. There's a 3:1 ratio mask so that it can be composed in panorama format.

    8. Tony Gill 51 months ago | reply

      Great shot, love how the light is centred two thirds from the left. Actually all photographs are crops - sensors are rectangular and lens elements round!

    9. bigvern1263 51 months ago | reply

      Beautiful image.

    10. StephenReed 51 months ago | reply

      This is lovely and mysterious!

    11. Sam J Gibbons 51 months ago | reply

      Moody and atmospheric Stuart.

    12. Scott Robertson (Roksoff) 50 months ago | reply

      beautiful picture.
      I've arrived here via Mark Littlejohn's FB page which shared a similar picture. I was shocked to read this tree no longer stands, cut down for fire wood and litter strewn along the shoreline by senseless morons.
      Unfortunately this is a rapidly rising problem in the Highlands. Glen Etive has recently been targeted by the small minority of 'wild campers' who think this behaviour is acceptable.
      Loch Lomond had the same issue so the local council created new by laws to address the problem which worked. But sadly it seems the few who do cause so much damage have moved to other locations such as Glen Etive and Loch Awe, especially Loch Awe, it's appalling. Trees felled for fire wood all along the popular spots, rubbish from the night before strewn on the shore. It makes me sick.

      See here....................
      www.walkhighlands.co.uk/news/glen-etive-is-it-being-spoil...

    13. pricey thought [deleted] 50 months ago | reply

      Masterful,stunning image and atmosphere!!!

    14. Fred255 Photography 49 months ago | reply

      This photo is right on target

      PA

    15. Luc Neuville 46 months ago | reply

      Very inspired capture! Excellent!

    16. BellaMontepulciano.com 43 months ago | reply

      Meravigliosa. What a great capture!

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