Composition and Timing in Panorama Photography – SNAPSHOT

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Like to share couple of images that i shot throughout late afternoon. Two components that may have an effect on panorama images is Composition and Timing of images.
One vital tip is to establish a topic for the image and embody surrounding factors of curiosity that may improve or steadiness the principle topic.
Another is the timing of images. In our equator-located Singapore, late morning to mid-noon is not going to be very best time for good panorama in view of the tough overhead lighting and contrasty shadows. The golden and blue hour can be greatest to impart a pleasant atmosphere to your panorama.
The different useful (or obligatory) instruments can be impartial density filters and specialised filters corresponding to Nisi Night Light Filter. I by no means depart for a panorama picture session with out these gems, aside from my trusty tripod.
The two footage beneath are from similar location however shot with the abovementioned strategies. Which one appeals to you?
Photo data-
Canon EOS 5DMkIV
Lenses – Canon EF16-35mm F4L IS
Shot on RAW, edited in Photoshop CS6
Pic 1 – 30s, F6.3, ISO50.
Nisi filters – ND (10 stops), GND (3 stops) , Night Light Filter
Time – 6.32 pm
Pic 2 – 15s, F7.1, ISO50.
Nisi filters – ND (10 stops), GND (3 stops) .
Time – 5.18 pm


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