Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Panorama photo of Hood River, Mount Hood, Columbia River, and Bingen Washington

I just got home from shooting a beautiful sunset this evening. Definitely had to take advantage of the clear blue skies because it's been gray and raining for weeks! I shot many photos tonight but couldn't wait to get home and stitch together these images I shot as a panorama. It's 18 frames shot vertically on a tripod with a 21 megapixel Canon 5D Mark II camera and stitched together. Printed out at full resolution, the print would be well over 100 inches wide, and that is even cropped in!

Who wants to buy the first edition fullsize print? :)

It'll look like crap below but click to see it larger. It may take another click to see it larger because browsers often scale down to fit the width of your screen...

6 Comments:

Blogger Roy Slayton said...

Blaine-

I keep coming back to your blog and you always have the best shots of the gorge! I feel that you capture the gorge in a way that no one else does. Keep getting after it

11/24/2009 10:13 PM  
Blogger lisa page said...

Woooooo! Way to go Blaine! I love this -- it makes my heart leap! I would love to buy the first edition full sized print, but maybe I can afford a not so full sized print better -- either way, what is the price? I am so serious. :)

12/01/2009 6:56 PM  
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12/09/2009 5:48 PM  
Anonymous panorama virtual tour said...

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Thanks.

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12/16/2009 1:16 AM  
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12/25/2009 6:24 AM  
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12/28/2009 1:51 PM  

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