Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Skyline Dr Pano

8 comments:

Banjo Bob said...

Hey dude it looks like your in my country now! I hope you publish a book and call it ''How I Ate and Photographed My Way Through Life'' !! I've always liked your food photography. It always leaves me hungry.

mike meyer said...

Hey Mike, have you ever tried my HDR-Pano-Stack. I did one at the beach last week and it turned out great. I did 6 shots under,over, left, right. First stack, then HDR, then Pano. It's a lot of shots but worth the effort if you have the right type of scene. Are you going on Jeff's PhotoWalk? Later dude.

mike meyer

Michael Palmer said...

I was in your neighborhood Bob, altitude wise at least = )

I have tried something like that before, but the subject matter was not so good, This shot should work, I shot RAW so sill give it a try next week after our trip to Nebraska (should get some good pano's out there) haha and No, I am not with Revell this weekend, you? but I am attending the walk in Omaha - Should I grab you a meat pie? Or just the usual side of beef?

Julie M said...

Cool pano. What happens if the clouds move while you are setting up your shots?

Michael Palmer said...

Julie, these past couple pano's I have hand held - so I take the sequence very fast - less then 10 sec for a series of 5-7 shots - I would imagine when CS3 merges and blends it anchors on the still points and blends pretty good with the small movement. I did have a Pano last year that was in skyline when the valleys were full of fog and I had to stack and blend manually, still worked though. Some one a lot smarter then me figured that merge to pano math in photoshop. Thanks for stopping by.

ostman said...

NIcely done, Michael.

Makes me want to take a day trip. I'm billing you for the gas.

mike meyer said...

Hey a side of beef will be fine. Maybe the 72oz steak Homer ate. No I'm not photowalking this weekend, I have a b-day party to attend. I will be in Vegas for Photoshop World. Hope it's not too hot.

mike meyer

jenrinaldiphotography said...

you handheld? I always worry I have to do the tripod for these so I don't bother much. Hmmmm....new thing to try more!

Great pano Mike!