Fall Color Photos From Wolfeboro, New Hampshire
This panoramic image is the result of stitching 11 vertical images together. The technique employed basic, textbook stitching fundamentals. Camera leveled on a tripod. Aperture and shutter speed locked in at the same settings for all 11 individual shots. White balance also not changed.....no polarizer, and the focus set to approximately 15 feet and set to manual, to avoid any shift in focus.
The image below is also stitched. But, in this case, I shot the individual shots horizontally, because I was using a long telephoto lens, and shooting thru telephone wires. The wires were running horizontally, immediately above and below the scene.
The shooting conditions have been perfect for our workshop here on the shores of Lake Winnipisaukee.
Nearly peak color in the leaves, and a mix of clear and cloudy skies, along with virtually wind-free weather has provided the ultimate in photography potential for our group.
Here's a sampling of what I got over the last few days. Most of these were shot with Tamron's newest zoom .....their 18-270mm Vibration Controlled lens.
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