Injidup Beach

23 01 2012

Injidup Beach

A Six image stitch of Injidup Beach in Western Australia taken back in 2008 .

Taken with the Canon 400D and 50mm prime F/1.4 USM Lens and Lee soft Grad Filters .

F/L : 50MM
ISO:100
F14
S1.6

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8 responses

23 01 2012
raynivi

amazing!

23 01 2012
kirkhille

Thank you

23 01 2012
sven

a verry good job! im blown away!

every time i see stitched images of seashores i wonder how to trigger the right moment so the waves align in the right place. i had a few problems by myself in the past
could you give me a hint? 🙂

hope to see more next time!
sven

24 01 2012
kirkhille

Thanks Sven ,
I try to time my shots so get simular water movments or waves or try to take the shots quickly so the same wave is in a few shots .
A slower shutter speed will also help as will get blur movment so wont be as easily noticable .
I have done a guide to photographing panoramas https://kirkhille.wordpress.com/photography-tips/ which has some tips on it as well .

Regards

24 01 2012
sven

thank you for the tip and the link! well quick camera movement is mostly not handable for me because i take 3 exposures for blending them later (and with mirror – up – option this is much slower than any wave). well i think next time i will watch the waves more carefully an try to release the shutter in a similar amplitude of the waves. sounds quite easy 😀

sven

24 01 2012
Eden

This is gorgeous Kirk. Beautiful piece.

24 01 2012
kirkhille

Thanks Eden

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