#11/19 Theater of hours of darkness

A must on black and large,don't forget to press L

 

Vantage Point - Central Pier

 

☛ tiny tip - Try to capture as many overlapping fields of view to produce a seamless Panorama.

 

*Made out of 7 images,one for middle and 3-3 each side.

 

Technical - Focal length | Aperture | Shutter speed | ISO = 13mm | F16 | 1'5'' | 100

Eleventh picture of the series "Nineteen Novel Nightscapes"

 

PS: Thanks friends for checking up on me via comments/mails.Yes,I'm doing fine :)

All apologies on going AWOL,actually I've been away on an unplanned holiday to India and unfortunately my internet access was quite limited there.But now I'm back and back with many more useful tiny tips to share,so keep visiting!! :)

 

Have a great day!!

 

PS: Also featured on 22nd Jul'11 in B&H

 

EXPLORED!!

 

  • Two Cups Studio 4y

    * the seamless flow is also seen in terms of line flow in celing and the symmetry enhances it.

    * is there a couple there?
    i think this shot is just same like sitting in dark and gazing millions of lights from stars
    same ambience and feel of vast space and seeing a different world on other side of glass.. a man made beautiful world..
    both world brings a sense of wonder

    * the luminous feel and the soothing colours are so apt.. like a heaven on earth freezed..

    * the eye travels at every point and it holds and pauses there and one wonders and then one sees another thing and another wonder.. and then another spot and another wonder... ohh.. you can gaze this endlessly ..again just like gazing the night stars.. and wherever you look, you connect a different thought,.. a different story

    * i am really happy to see this shot and you after so long... welcome back:)
  • PNike (Prashanth Naik..back after ages) 4y

    WOW!! MUST see in Large, I agree!! super fantastic! good to see you back, Ankur!
  • Sacha Fernandez 4y

    Nicely done, love the symmetry of the shot
  • ranjini.v 4y

    Awesome!!!!
  • Vishal Patel 4y

    Your vantage point and the perspective is just spot on.. I can hardly notice the wide angle "lens distortion" at all... which means you really pay attention to every aspect... the symmetry is perfect..

    Picture perfect composition and the inclusion of that couple in it is like "sone pe suhaga"...

    Please visit my facebook as well.... but wait, I don't do facebook....crap!!!!!!!
  • RAÚL JUAN 4y

    Awesome!! love how each buildings group is framed between pilars! nicely done! great definition too.
  • ...arpi... 4y

    this is gorgeous, Ankur! such an impressive perspective, you have something new and interesting in every shot. I have yet to do a multi-image panorama. ... Indeed I was wondering where you disappeared, good to see you back.
  • Abraham Puthoor 4y

    beautiful capture!
  • Derrick 4y

    Love the view and composition!
    I must come to HK to do photoshoot with you someday! :)

    Have a great day ahead my friend!
  • Manfred Hartmann 4y

    wow, fantastic work !!!

    it´s wonderful !!!
  • Nitin Vyas 4y

    fantastic picture. great panoramic view, lighting and the composition. Very well done.
  • Abraham Puthoor 4y

    Wow.... awesome work! Great shot!!!!
  • Sam 4y

    ooh, must look great large, a place i have spent much time trying to take pictures!
  • xavibarca 4y

    Nice panorama work. Very creative!
  • 仁仔 何 4y

    this is brilliant! i know exactly where this is! but i really never ever thought of doing a panorama! really worth a try next time! thx for the tips!
  • lina 4y

    this is more than absolutely amazing. i mean it's incredible, seriously. the colors, the light, the view.. it's just perfect! in my opinion one of the best photos i've ever seen on flickr.
  • Nicola-HK 4y

    WOW ... beautiful
  • Ralph Oechsle 2y

    fantastic scene, very well done !
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