Saturday, 17 August 2019 09:29

From Many, One

Some years ago I shared an Image from Price Lake, one of my favorite locations in the Upper Peninsula. It was a single frame. Today I'd like to share a five-image panorama I also took on that occasion. The individual images were composed vertically using my typical approach to panorama composition and then stitched together using the "Automate" and "Photomerge" tools in Adobe CS6. The Land of Kitchi Gami lends itself very readily to panorama construction, as it does to every other compositional construction you can imagine.

Each of the five frames was composed as a vertical with a focal length of 108mm, still within short-telephotoland. Each frame was exposed with an aperture of f/22 to maximize depth-of-field and a shutter speed of 0.3 second at ISO 100 for an overall medium result.

Single frames or a multitude, the amazing fall color of the Upper Peninsula is, in my humble estimation, matchless.

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