Taughannock Falls Panorama

I warned you about seeing more panoramics. 🙂 Here’s one from Taughannock Falls State Park. This is a vertical panoramic where I kept my camera in the vertical (ie., portrait) orientation while taking the 5 images. I did this hand-held as I found out my tripod’s ball head isn’t very good for doing panoramics. Doing it this way, I sort of missed the bottom of the waterfall. I still like it, yet, I want to go back someday to redo it. As before, to see a bigger version, click on the photo.

Panorama of Taughannock Falls near Ithaca, New York.

Panorama of Taughannock Falls near Ithaca, New York. Click for larger image.

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10 Responses to Taughannock Falls Panorama

  1. It’s a beautiful image, but I miss seeing the bottom of the waterfall.
    The colors look a little washed out, too, but that could be my monitor’s fault. Nice job, stitching the five images together.

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    • Whoops! Forgot a step. The stitching software I use tends to even out the exposure and makes things look flat. So, a little contrast and color adjust and the replacement looks so much better. Thank you for pointing that out, Michaela!

      Yeah, cutting off the waterfall is a major mistake. I’ll do better next time!

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  2. I like the comp Scott, not having the bottom adds a bit of mystery too it, well done !!

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  3. sorrentolens says:

    Man, you are really taking off on this HDR stuff! It looks great and I can tell you are enjoying it. Isn’t it great to have something “great” that you love doing??

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  4. montucky says:

    I like it very much, Scott!

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  5. Nye says:

    I love the Autumn colors,and I’m sure we’ll see it with the bottom of the waterfall the next time. Although I do love this one.

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  6. morningjoy says:

    HDR perfection.

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  7. Sue Wemett says:

    One of my fav places Scott. Lovely pic!
    Sue aka Taborri from Flickr

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