Windsor Castle Pano

© John G. Clifford Jr

<strong>Windsor Castle Pano</strong>

Uploaded: November 06, 2005


Four shots (vertical), stitched with PT Assembler/Pano Tools.
ISO 100, 8mm (36mm @ 35mm equivalent), 1/320 @ f/7.6, post-processed with Picture Window Pro v.3.5.10

Windsor Castle, August 2004. I chose to keep the 'remnants' of the pano process in, because I think it adds to the picture and gives it much the same feel as contact-printing a larger negative.


Bonnie C. Lackey November 06, 2005

This is certainly an impressive piece. Great detail and I love your comp on this... #339196

John G. Clifford Jr November 08, 2005

Thanks! BTW, you have a very nice gallery. #2049515

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