Lickey Hills Panorama

These shots were produced by stitching together 17 portrait shots and then converting the colour to a mono version using Nik’s SEP 2.  A lot of processing time!!!

Which do you prefer?  Click to enlarge – they really do look better big!

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25 Responses to “Lickey Hills Panorama”

  1. Chillbrook

    I like both photographs Adrian but I think the mono has the edge for me. I’ve not tried to create a panorama yet. What software did you use to stitch the images together?

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  2. artblablablablog

    Nice! B&W is so much more dramatic looking, nice job stitching, 17 yikes!

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  3. Z

    b&w in my opinion, but i’m known to be a bit biased for monotone

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  4. Elisa

    I had a quirky little panoramic camera that I took with us a few times to Europe. The prints were always stunning, but so big, there wasn’t much you could do with them. I was just scanning a few from London to post. They really are fun to look at!!

    I like what you did with these – sounds like a lot of work!

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  5. (D)OCULAR

    I prefer the B&W one, I love the texture of the clouds, makes it look quite dramatic. Lovely panoramas, very nice

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  6. Adrian Lewis

    I definitely prefer the mono version, Adrian – it has more content, and a mono take on this subject works very well. Adrian

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