Panoramas and the behind stories…!!
Panoramic photography is a technique of photography to capture images with horizontally elongated fields of view. It is sometimes known as wide format photography. I was introduced to Panoramic photography back in 2018, however, the first time I used it was during the 2020 covid lockdown. I actually didn’t get a chance to go outside to take photos for this assignment, however. I already have a bunch of panoramic images which I took from my previous outings.
Well, my experience with Panoramic photography is quite similar to this Meme. I actually have a picture of myself like the first image where one of my eyes is close and the other one is open. Have a look.
This was the very first time when my best friend and I were trying Panos and it was taken on the Rockaway Beach Boardwalk. After a couple of funny attempts, we got this one which kinda looks better, however, the railing still looked bent. Here is the final outcome.
The next one is the funniest photo of my cousin, her facial expression was hilarious. Unfortunately, I had to hide her face otherwise she would kill me for uploading this on a public platform. I had another picture of her where one of her hands was missing.
The next 2 pictures I took back in 2020 on a very gloomy day. I was chilling with friends in Downtown, Brooklyn, and wanted to take a picture with a full view of the stunning Manhattan bridge. I really love the way this picture turned out.
It was so foggy outside that the top part of the NYC skyscrapers wasn’t even visible. In this picture, I tried to combine Downtown NYC, the island, and The Statue of Liberty in one frame.
This was one of the most beautiful sunsets I enjoyed. I wish I could go and relived those peaceful moments again.
Last but not the least, this is one of my favorite pictures of The Grand Canyon trip from last year. It was very crowded over there, still, somehow I managed to take this beautiful shot of the Eagle Point of The Grand Canyon West.
In case, anybody wants to learn how to click panoramic shots, you guys can check out this YouTube Tutorial. This guy shared some amazing tips and tricks for taking beautiful Panoramic images.