Multi Row Stitched Panorama of New York
Here is the 3rd location I shot in Brooklyn. I usually shoot just one row of vertical frames panning from left to right in a stitched panorama. In this particular photo I did two rows, one to emphasize more of the foreground and one for the sky background and more of the subject Manhattan bridge. The rocks and the shore were lit by 2 lamp post which was awesome, you can really tell that these are rocks and they are colored green! I metered in the frame near the lamp post to 15 seconds, it would over exposed if I metered elsewhere.
All in all it was a total of 16 vertical frames stitched using Photomerge in Adobe Photoshop CS5. The result was a 410 Mega Bytes of tiff-16 bit file and 71 Mega Pixels of resolution! The new Nikon D800 can’t beat that, lol!
It was then exported to Adobe Lightroom 4 to crop, adjust the white balance, clarity, sharpness, color etc etc.
Hope you enjoy it!