Photo Merge – Panorama

Panorama - St. Louis Catholic Mission, Fort Vermilion N. Settlement 1
Panorama – St. Louis Catholic Mission, Fort Vermilion N. Settlement 1
Panorama - St. Louis Catholic Mission, Fort Vermilion N. Settlement 2
Panorama – St. Louis Catholic Mission, Fort Vermilion N. Settlement 2
Panorama - St. Louis Catholic Mission, Fort Vermilion N. Settlement 3
Panorama – St. Louis Catholic Mission, Fort Vermilion N. Settlement 3
St. Louis Catholic Mission - Fort Vermilion, N. Settlement
St. Louis Catholic Mission – Fort Vermilion, N. Settlement

A return visit to the St. Louis Catholic Mission in Fort Vermilion’s North Settlement (Buttertown) finds me working with a Sigma 50mm prime lens to limit lens distortion and to create three panorama images. Among upgrades this year for photo-editing have been those associated with moving to Adobe Lightroom Classic, an upgrade that moves editing possibilities from those possible in 2013 to what can now be achieved presently in December 2018. That Adobe Lightroom upgrade now includes the ability to photo merge High Dynamic Range (HDR) images as well as Panorama images – both activities that would previously have taken me to either Adobe Photoshop or to two or three other programs for HDR. These images are exercises in photo merging to create panoramas and in terms of the global edit of each image.

Quote to Consider / Inspire – ‘It’s weird that photographers spend years or even a whole lifetime, trying to capture moments that added together, don’t even amount to a couple of hours.’ – James Lalropul Keivom

Listening to – Amir Katz performing Chopin’s Nocturnes No. 14-18.

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