And now begins the real work. Sorting through thousands of images, working out what stitches with what and processing, looks like over the coming months there will be many new images from my recent trip to Western Australia’s Great Southern coastline.
First up is a 3 image stitch taken with the trusty 70-200mm lens at 200mm f/32. I chose this set of images first because I never shot as high as f/32 and thought what the hell lets just see what happens (there is a series at f/13 just in case)
Esperance has a zillion locations I could shot and thats even before you drive out to Cape Le Grand and beyond. This image was taken at a local beach not far from where we camped the night before. With little or no cloud above us I decided that the only cloud right far on the horizon was all I could really shoot, thus the focal length of 200mm, 300mm would of been sweet but you use the tools you have. I was attempting to capture the island mountain ranges as the backdrop to the pylons and amazing sunrise light that was only on the very edge of the horizon
A Fine Pink Mist (well it was orange I guess, but thats not the song title I was listening to at the time so pink it is) Little stitch error on the left side, how’d I miss that?
3 image stitch