Karijini Panoramic

I haven’t really done any panoramic shots and actually finished putting them together and showed anyone yet so here goes. This was taken up in Karijini Western Australia. It’s such an amazing place and I can’t wait to go up there again and actually get in a huge amount of shooting. When I went last time I really didn’t have a lot of opportunity to be able to take my camera so next time look out.

I think that next time I’d like to have a go with a panoramic the same as this but maybe use my 85mm so that I can get in a bit more of the background. Once you see it come together it gives you a bit more perspective.

What do you think?

  • http://mtlawleyshire.wordpress.com mtlawleyshire

    Beautiful! Absolutely beautiful. I really learned the reason for panoramic zoom lens & a bigger camera all up when I went up to lake Joondalup last week :-(

    • http://www.andreagreenphotography.com andreagreenphotography

      Hey, by the way what is your name? I can’t find it on your blog.
      Thanks very much again for the lovely comment. Yep a nice camera can certainly work wonders, although you would be suprised at what you can do with a point and shoot.

      • http://mtlawleyshire.wordpress.com mtlawleyshire

        Keira. & that’s what I use – a point & shoot :-) Maybe I should’ve tried teh landscape setting…. :-D

        • http://www.andreagreenphotography.com andreagreenphotography

          Hey Keira, much better to know your name.
          I thought maybe it was, you know there are quite a lot of point and shoots that you can do a lot of surprising stuff with, especially if you can learn to use it manually.
          It’s also the software too, you have to have something that allows you to do these things too.

          • http://mtlawleyshire.wordpress.com mtlawleyshire

            Eventually, I hope to get photoshop….

          • http://www.andreagreenphotography.com andreagreenphotography

            Yeah it’s pretty awesome, it’s a hard program to learn to use but once you get the hang of it, it rocks.
            The great thing with photoshop is that you never stop learning.

  • http://lucparent.wordpress.com LParent

    I love how my eye is drawn into this image, well done.

    • http://www.andreagreenphotography.com andreagreenphotography

      Thanks very much, I appreciate it.

  • http://katrinabartley.wordpress.com Katrina Bartley

    Stunning Andrea. I didn’t get into this gorge and was so disappointed.

    • http://www.andreagreenphotography.com andreagreenphotography

      Thanks a lot Tina, Dales Gorge is awesome.
      We stayed not very far from there so we were there every day. It is definitely my favourite spot there so far but we missed out on Hancock Gorge as it was closed when we were there due to roads being fixed and something else getting revamped. Never mind, next time.

  • http://twistedrootstudios.com/page/blog/ follow the twisted root

    Stunning. You inspire me to try my hand at panorma! Keep sharing!

    • http://www.andreagreenphotography.com andreagreenphotography

      What a great comment, thanks. Usually it’s everyone else inspiring me to have a go at something new, it’s nice for it to be reversed.

  • http://42vaguememories.wordpress.com VagueMemories

    I just wanted to let you know how you inspire me, by nominating you for the Sunshine Award :) http://42vaguememories.wordpress.com/2012/05/18/bringing-sunshine-and-passing-it-on-to-the-rest-of-you/

    • http://www.andreagreenphotography.com andreagreenphotography

      Thank you so much.

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