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Old June 12th, 2016, 02:02 AM
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night panorama

I've recently found the fun in putting together panoramas. Whether I'm improving is one thing, but I am certainly enjoying it.

This photo was taken on the night of 06. June, at a new location my friend had shown me, about 21km from my home. Still feel a little eerie being out on my own in the middle of the night, not knowing what might be lurking in the bushes , but so far it's all been good.

Anyway, this is a 15 shot panorama, and apart from not getting the horizon quite straight, I love it!

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Old June 12th, 2016, 08:04 AM
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Sabine, this is a gorgeous image....very well done.
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Old June 12th, 2016, 08:48 AM
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Re: night panorama

Fun Image In All Aspects... Wondering how you set up your exposure(s)?
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Old June 12th, 2016, 09:48 AM
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Fun Image In All Aspects... Wondering how you set up your exposure(s)?
Indeed panos are fun, this one is very well done Sabine. I too am curious about exposure.
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Old June 12th, 2016, 11:35 AM
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Re: night panorama

Thank you all for commenting.

Exposures... I'm not on my laptop right now, where my photos are, but I always shoot at the lowest f number, which in this case is 2.8. I believe that ISO was 1000, and each shot was 25 seconds.

The settings can change in a heartbeat, though. I've started panos before, to only have to quickly start again with different settings because the Aurora all of a sudden changed. Not so much of an issue if it gets duller, but brighter will blow out the bright areas, which I find really hard to correct.
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Thank you all for commenting.

... I've started panos before, to only have to quickly start again with different settings because the Aurora all of a sudden changed. Not so much of an issue if it gets duller, but brighter will blow out the bright areas, which I find really hard to correct.
Thanks for the feedback Sabine.
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Very impressive, Sabine. Panos do bring their own pleasures. When I look at your composition, I can almost see a sunrise and a sunset in the same shot.
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Old June 16th, 2016, 12:21 AM
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Very impressive, Sabine. Panos do bring their own pleasures. When I look at your composition, I can almost see a sunrise and a sunset in the same shot.
Thank you for commenting. The sky certainly stayed very light, late in to the night. This pano was taken around 1.30am if I remember correctly, but the light in the center is still the remains from the sunset (facing more north, than east).
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Re: night panorama

Looking good on these Sabine and I certainly understand the trepidation of being out at night alone in a remote setting. I want to go out and shoot the stars in the desert, but thats a 2.5 hour drive to the middle of nowhere after 10pm.
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Looking good on these Sabine and I certainly understand the trepidation of being out at night alone in a remote setting. I want to go out and shoot the stars in the desert, but thats a 2.5 hour drive to the middle of nowhere after 10pm.
It makes for a long night, with it not really getting dark until past 11pm now. It's a shame that my husband doesn't share my love for photography, so my poor old dog has to accompany me at times.
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