An image from this spring up on the Rowena Crest. Got some nice color on quickly-changing lenticulars around sunset one evening with TEEDGEPEEDGE and aFein. It had initially looked like we were going to get skunked, but we got lucky with a break in the sky at the right time. Maybe it was this horseshoe formation of balsamroot that brought us that luck?
Utilized a perspective blend to achieve this composition. I normally would have liked to have the tree more prominent in the frame, but I felt this cloud formation needed to be showcased without distractions.
Sorry for reposting if you saw this yesterday, decided not to have multiple images up during the shenanigans.
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I’m currently working on my next video tutorial which will cover many of these perspective blend, warping, stitching techniques I use. It’s pretty labor intensive work to put these together, but isn’t necessarily *hard* to pull off.
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