Day 270

Exif Data: Nikon D3200 ; Lens:  Nikkor AF-S DX 18-55; 12 shots merged.


Since I got up today, I have been crazy about the beautiful blue sky that we are having today; here is very unusual to have a clear sky and with these blue tones, when it’s clear it gets cloudy quickly, but today it’s remained like this for a couple of hours; I decided to create a panorama of the city to show the chain of mountains that surround it, for this one I had to take 12 photos and merge them; wasn’t quite easy but I think it worth it.

Feel free to leave feedback, critiques or suggestions.



El cielo de hoy ha estado espectacular, y bastante inusual; no es común ver el cielo tan despejado y con unos tonos de azul tan fuertes como los de hoy, y menos aun, que después de tanto tiempo siga casi igual y no se haya nublado; en mi opinió el cielo resalta las montañas que rodean la ciudad, y para mostrarlas, decidí crear una panorámica para la cual tomé 12 fotos, no fue faicl, pero cuando vi el resultado, sentí que valió la pena.

Críticas, comentarios y/o sugerencias son bienvenidas.




11 thoughts on “Day 270

  1. Photomerge is getting to be one of my favorite features with PS, at the moment. I know the moment will pass, but for now it is providing me with impressive panoramas as well. I love the blue of the sky, though right now, I would dance for joy to see some cloudy, gray skies and a nice steady rain!

  2. HDR, huh. Well, you did one heck of a good job. I sensed that there were more than one image, but it works so well that I wasn’t sure! This is beautiful. I can see what you mean about the blue sky!

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