Top of the World

110719 200328 85mm f1 4 35 images pano

Ida in particular is a trooper for this one. The place they had to stand was not the easiest to get up to, and then there’s the 20-foot drop…

Camera: Nikon D3s
Lens: 35-image “Brenizer method” panorama with the Sigma 85mm f/1.4 (equivalent of 28mm f/0.47 according to Brett’s calculator)

john patrick - Another great moment in the life of a killer cool dude!

Stephanie - Ryan: which version of Photoshop are you using for your composites? I’m still on CS4 which I remember you commenting was very challenging to use for these – do you still run these through CS3 or is CS5 working alright for them?

Oh – and lovely, as always!

Josh Gull - Flat. out. gorgeous. Really nice Ryan, one of my favorites yet.

david wegwart - I can hardly believe its a stitch. Well done.

ANTON CHIA - Bokehlicious! Great Ryan!

Antonis - This method never ceases to amaze me. This shot is just jaw-dropping.

David García - Nice bokeh