These are sooc from left to right, shots far left, centre left and far right, missing out centre right. As I can only post three you don't get the full flow but it shows the shadow. Maybe it was a combination of the tilt shift and the Lee Filter holder, just thought of that. :)
Oh and I...
That is what I am saying John, what has happened to put the shadows/dark spots in the sky? :)
This is the vid that gave me the idea, you might think it is barmy but I thought it was interesting and worth giving it a go :) ...... Tilt Shift Panorama
It's the first time I'd tried a stitched panorama using the TS lens, it was purely for experimental purposes. I've watched vids on Youtube and wanted to try for myself and this seemed a nice wide spot to try.
30 sec exposure was because I was trying to get some motion blur in the sky
This is a stitched together panorama of four shots. I took it with a 5D3 and a Canon Tilt Shift 24mm.
I turned the camera 90 degrees and used the tilt function to get the four images for the panorama.
I also used a Lee Big Stopper and a Lee 6ND Half Grad (over the field), f13, ISO 100, 30...
Sorry, I don't mean to hijack your thread with my images but a fly has decided to start sitting on the top of my Mac. I set a flash up behind the Mac and waited. Far from a great shot but it really shows the difference a flash makes, thanks. :D(y)