26 Elongated Panoramic Vistas

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26 Elongated Panoramic Vistas

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Sometimes using a format other than the standard proportions works better for an image. One of those times is shooting landscapes of sweeping wide vistas.

A great way to do that is to create a panoramic image. Here are a few photos that take advantage of that format to create stunning results.

John Watson

By John Watson

Geert Orye

By Geert Orye

Geert Orye

By Geert Orye

Chris Lofqvist

By Chris Lofqvist

Christopher Chan

By Christopher Chan

Lorenzoclick

By Lorenzoclick

Neil Howard

By Neil Howard

Christos Tsoumplekas

By Christos Tsoumplekas

Zach Dischner

By Zach Dischner

Mariusz Kluzniak

By mariusz kluzniak

Zach Dischner

By Zach Dischner

Jason Mrachina

By Jason Mrachina

Christopher A. Dominic

By Christopher A. Dominic

Always Shooting

By Always Shooting

Mariusz Kluzniak

By mariusz kluzniak

©Mike Photo Art

By ©Mike Photo Art

Massmo Relsig

By Massmo Relsig

Tim Hamilton

By Tim Hamilton

Vadim Kurland

By Vadim Kurland

Davide D'Amico

By Davide D’Amico

Wenjie Qiao

By Wenjie Qiao

Arne Bornheim

By Arne Bornheim

Adrien Sifre

By Adrien Sifre

Chris Toe Pher

By Chris Toe Pher

Kelly DeLay

By Kelly DeLay

Daniel Gillaspia

By Daniel Gillaspia

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  • citizen

    Nice ones. You should also have a look at this: https://www.flickr.com/photos/hdrphoto
    and this: https://www.flickr.com/photos/bruce-hood

  • Tony

    I’m curious how the two with the waves (and moving people) were done. The only way I know to do wide panoramas is to take multiple pictures then stitch them together in Photoshop. Moving waves would be different in every shot/frame and wouldn’t line up. This is why I still classify myself as an amateur, as there is obviously so much to learn.
    http://tonycarlson.zenfolio.com

  • Claire

    You are not alone in wondering about this. I’ve pretty much given up on trying to stitch images that include waves. Possibly use an ultrawide angle lens and then crop it to a pano?

  • Aankhen

    That’s a good idea. I wouldn’t have thought of it.

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