Within a rainforest, it can be hard to get an overview of the landscape. But on the road or the water, we were able to refocus our attention on larger spaces.
This first set of images includes standard wide-angle photographs as well as panoramas created by combining overlapping photographs within Adobe Lightoom.
Click on the mosaic below to start a slideshow. Within the slideshow, there’s a click-box at the bottom right of each image for viewing the full-size photograph.
And here’s another set of images with and without HDR (you can see the other ones on the Sunflecks page). The pair on the left are the same scene. The leftmost one was created from 5 raw images, with a 0.7x shutter-speed bracket. The center one is a single image post-processed for contrast and color balance. The right-most image was shot in TIF format using the Nikon Df‘s onboard HDR software. It was subsequently post-processed for additional color balance, contrast, highlights, and shadows.
Click anywhere on the row below to start a slideshow. Within the slideshow, there’s a click-box at the bottom right of each image for viewing the full-size photograph.
All photographs are © 2016 by Aaron M. Ellison, all rights reserved. For permission to use or reproduce any of these images, or to purchase a print, please contact me.
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