The Green and the Gray

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One of the hidden benefits of using so many advanced panorama and compositing techniques to quickly do the otherwise impractical or impossible is that it takes you back to the film days where you can be pleasantly surprised by a photo much later. The result of this tilt-shift pano of Central Park’s urban/pastoral view is exactly what I had in my mind, but it was great to see it take shape.

Lens: 45mm f/2.8 PC-E, 9-image panorama
Camera: Nikon D4

  • http://elissarphotography.com Elissa

    Wow, that is both gorgeous and glorious.

  • Au Patea Ya Boss

    nice one

  • Lyn Rees

    Damn, that’s good!

  • http://www.lifeascinema.blogspot.com Sean

    Cool tilt-shifting aside, I’m digging the pony tail

  • Paul Johnson

    That is a very beautiful technique and photo. Very nice! I wonder how that would look with a lens baby.

  • http://elizabethandrich.com rich

    tilt shift pano?? crazy cool ryan!

  • Kim Rix Photography

    Very clever and inspiring. I will give this a go in London where there are some beautiful panorama backdrops.

  • Brillpix Photography

    Very nice image. Love the dreamy look that this has created. Looks like it was shot with a lens baby, rather than a tilt shift lens.

  • http://www.kandidweddings.com www.kandidweddings.com

    Cool shot! Has turned out very nicely.

  • http://www.lempacreative.com/ Dale Lempa

    Awesome perspective.