My biggest panorama yet, from one of my favourite locations - near Ferguson Street Pier, Williamstown, Melbourne. I wish I could show this at higher resolution, the detail is amazing. Taken on the same night as my most viewed shot - Williamstown twilight.
|Canon EOS 450D|
|Focal Length:||131 mm|
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.Do7anii on 26th November 2008 @ 6:44am
Really amazing. Nice capture.
Mr. Fritz on 4th January 2009 @ 2:01pm
nice composition but lighting is the key
mauriceguerrieri on 24th April 2009 @ 3:13pm
@mauriceguerrieri I disagree, composition is the key and lighting is a bonus. Thanks for you comments.
Luke Tscharke on 15th March 2010 @ 1:19pm
Luke your wrong
mauriceguerrieri on 17th March 2010 @ 9:41pm
I'm wrong in your mind, but that isn't necessarily reality by any means. I think photography and art is far too subjective for wrong and right answers, but like everything that is just an opinion too. Have a nice day.
Luke Tscharke on 18th March 2010 @ 12:30am
Henri Cartier-Bresson, one of the most influential and respected photographers of all time says, " I go for form more than light. Form comes first. Light is like a perfume for me" I value his opinions greatly.
Gav Owen on 20th March 2010 @ 6:12pm