The Gigabyte Christmas card
A quick trip into Leicester City centre with the Gigapan.
This shot is taken from one made up of 56 individual exposures, using a 90mm lens (TS-E90)
The composite image is around about 1.6 GigaBytes and would make a full resolution print about 2 metres by 3 metres.
Clock tower [...]
Panoramic photography with the GigaPan Epic Pro
We’ve just got a GigaPan Epic Pro for some of our high resolution panoramic photography.
I’m hoping to have a more detailed review when work allows, but in the mean time I’ll post a few shorter updates here on the blog.
Here’s what I’ve used for some time [...]
I’ve recently spent some time looking (via Photoshop) at the digital effects filters from Tiffen, a company known to me for their range of optical filters rather than software.
Review Link: Tiffen Dfx3
The software also works with Aperture and Lightroom, which is not uncommon in filter plugins. However it also works with video editing [...]
An exhibition of panoramic photography by Michael Westmoreland
If you look at the history of panoramic photography, there is one UK photographer who’s work stands out from the 1970′s both from a technical and artistic point of view.
Michael Westmoreland – 80th birthday exhibition at the LPPG
Larger version of image above [...]
A simple approach to fixing the ‘prints too dark’ problem
Some time ago I wrote an article called ’Why are my prints too dark‘, trying to answer a question I was regularly asked…
In the majority of cases I looked at, it was simply that the monitor was set too bright.
Why should this make [...]
More luminous trees
Canon UK recently lent me an Infrared converted EOS 5D mark 2.
I’ve taken quite a few different shots with it and have a longer article with many more images and examples of just how different the infrared world looks.
Article Link: IR photography with a converted 5Dmk2
The conversion is [...]