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| p.1 #13 · Unique Perspective of the San Francisco Skyline |
It's interesting to see that the 85L doesn't really produce any starlights.
#1 - Has potential, especially since you included the GG bridge. Fixing the slight vert distoriton would help too.
#2 - Way too much vertical distortion. Looks like the bridge is crashing down. This is why you use a TS-E to prevent issues like this from occuring. I like the overall colors in this one though. Much more natural.
#3 - Classic comp at this location, except you could crop out AT&T park, especially since it's blowned out. The starlights of the Sig35 are sweet. Processing can be a personal...Show more →
Thanks for the comments. The whole distortion issue is interesting, I agree part of the reason I have the TS-E is to help combat it but it seems like all of the shift-panos I take with it have a lot of distortion. How do I get around that? I fixed it in #1 but forgot to for #2.
In terms of getting "lower" I kept my tripod somewhat low to the ground and wasn't able to get a stable place to shoot lower than that, I agree though it would be nice to have the buildings a bit farther under the bridge.
In #3 I agree, the Sigma 35 produces amazing starlights, I'm glad I decided to use it for a shot. It's too bad AT&T park is so blown out, I'm a big Giant's fan and would have loved to get the stadium all lit up from that perspective, maybe I'll see if I can clone it in from another exposure, might be tough to do though.
I can't wait to make a huge print of #1, I'm hoping people won't notice the Golden Gate at first glance.