The Summer Adventure: Fine Art Panoramas from our Travels

2014 07 Fine Art Panorama - Summer Trip 02 Great Bay NH Foggy Sunset Newicks

The blog has been a bit scatter-brained over the past month, with no particular order – so why change, right?  Today we are featuring several of our ultra-high resolution 100 megapixel fine art panoramas from our recent photo expeditions.  Above is one of our favorite panoramas from a foggy evening shoot in Dover Point, NH, just outside of the great local seafood restaurant, Newick’s.  That evening proved an absolutely stunning display of glory and we were able to capture several panoramas as day gave way to night.  While in Virginia, we visited one of our favorite locations, White Top Mountain (below) and despite never fully seeing the sun as it set, the low cloud layer and never-ending layers of ridges made for some pretty panoramas all the same.

2014 07 Fine Art Panorama - Summer Trip 06 Great White Top Sunset in the Clouds

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4 comments to The Summer Adventure: Fine Art Panoramas from our Travels

  1. Wanderluster says:

    These photos are stunning! What were you using to shoot them?

    • Thanks! I use a Canon 5D MkIII set to full manual. I take 4 or more images, then tweak them in Lightroom and set the white balance. From there I take those images into a panorama program (Arcsoft Panorama Maker) and we’re good to go!

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  3. Karl Lindsay says:

    Fantastic work! 🙂

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