1st Panorama by Vicky Tsavdaridou
1st Panorama, a photo by Vicky Tsavdaridou on Flickr.
HDR panorama 1st

Camera: Canon 400D, Lens: EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM
Tripod: Manfrotto 190 CX PRO 3 Mag Fiber Head: Manfrotto 322RC2, Canon RC1
Exposure: 30 exposures=10x3(-2,0,+2 EV)
Aperture: f/8
Focal Length: 10mm
ISO Speed: 100

Initially I created 10 HDR photos in Photomatix. I used Captain's Kimo preset to ensure that all of them will have the same values.
Then I merged these HDR to Photoshop and finally I applied Topaz Adjust Mild color Pop.
Manfrotto 322RC2 is not appropriate for panorama, but it isthe only one that I have. So I had to unscrew the head and take the photos screwing it back οn the horizontal plane. It was very tricky, but I had to try.

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  1. very beautiful photo.


  2. Great shot!

    Watery Wednesday at my page, come and see please?

  3. Wow! Wow! Wow! This is absolutely stunning!

  4. Beautiful photos here!!
    So happy to have found you to follow!

  5. Very beautiful photo.I like it.

  6. Amazing, Vicky. I'm so glad you visited and commented -- and left a bread crumb for me to follow. :) Have a great weekend!

  7. Wonderful Kalymnos with dramatic sky!

  8. Really nice outcome. I'm in awe of these types of photos. Hoping to try them myself at some point.

  9. That is a wonderful panorama of a very scenic place.

  10. Awesome shot!! I have to admire you HDR-savants. The results are so distinctive and sometimes surreal -- brava!!

  11. This is a magnificent panoramic view!


    No matter if blue or if grey,
    The sky is my favorite way
    To find my heart’s ease;
    And now, if you please,
    I must go look up straightaway.

    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Desert Sky

  12. thank you for your comments!!!!

  13. So beautiful, Vicky! It must be a challenge not to be outside taking pictures all the time. I'm so impressed with all the work you did to create this. It sounds simple when you explain it, but I know it's not.

  14. Great job, HDR pictures look so surrealistic:)


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