The Shorncliffe Pier has recently been closed off by the Brisbane City Council due to safety concerns. This is impacting significantly on community events, local businesses through loss of trade, and our enjoyment of the Shorncliffe beachfront. Please show your support by signing the online petition to SAVE THE SHORNCLIFFE PIER HERE. This is an image I took at the Shorncliffe Pier on Monday night.
The third Epson International Pano Awards is dedicated to the art of panoramic photography. Advances in digital photography and software such as PTGui, Adobe Photoshop, Kolor Autopano and Easypano Panoweaver has resulted in an explosion in image stitching, especially in the panoramic format.
The Epson International Pano Awards showcases the work of panoramic photographers worldwide and is the largest competition for panoramic photography.
I entered 4 images for this years Pano awards and they all scored well, here are the images and results.
My Noosa Storm image also made it into the top 50 coming in at 40th. Here’s the link for the top 50 in the Open Award Nature (including landscapes).
This is a five image stitch I took the other evening with the D800E and the 50mm 1.4 lens, it ended up just over 9000px wide on the long side.
Here’s another image I captured with the D800E this time a single frame, I’m loving the resolution and DR of this camera.
I picked up my Nikon D800E the other day, what a great camera! It’s made for landscape photography. I was only able to get my hands on a 50mm 1.4 lens so that’s a I’ve been using so far, more lenses are on the way. Anyway here’s an image I captured last night, it’s a 3 image stitch that ended up just over 14000px wide. You can definitely see the difference in print with no AA filter and 36.6mp, the micro detail is fantastic.
Here’s another image from Hamlin Bay, Western Australia this time at sunrise.