Played around with orange again and as I saw with posts I’ve done in the past such as A Little Experiment With Sepia, Two Shots, One Picture #2 and Two Shots, One Picture #4, it’s something different from the norm but a good kind of different. I took these four pictures and although they looked okay individually, together they look great and when you have time to burn and editing skills to use, you can turn the great into the awesome. Four pictures, four perspectives, one very satisfying end product.
It’s one thing capturing the beauty of the park, it’s another to capture it using panoramic shots. Panoramic shots are hard if the subjects in the picture are moving but when everything is still, you end up capturing a picture that can feel more complete than any ordinary shot in the sense that you capture an entire atmosphere in just one shot. From the results above, I’d say I captured an atmosphere full of peace, quiet and a lot of satisfaction.
9 squares = One big square of awesomeness but this bundle of shots together ask a question. Why the hell does Paris need so many pharmacies? Literally everywhere I looked, a pharmacy was not too far away. I’m not exaggerating when I say that I saw a new one pop up in my eyesight every two minutes. Seriously, how much drugs does one city need?
Previous 9 Shot: 9 Shot Challenge #9
Looking through some of my photos from last year and to my surprise, I find this beauty. I didn’t even know this even existed! Thanks Summer 2014.
Another one from my many adventures, here’s the grand looking Westminster Cathedral in central London. The picture doesn’t do justice as to how tall this building actually is, just when you think you’ve backed up enough to get it all inside the shot, you’ve got to back up some more. Nevertheless for you photographers out there, this is definitely a place to tick off the wishlist of places to visit in London.