A new category now created at my Red Bubble Shop called Panoramas.  With the Sony Nex-7 Camera there are two ways to create these.  The Nex-7 has a built in Panorama capability whereby the camera is panned slowly across a subject and the image is saved immediately to the cameras SD-RAM card.  Quite clever of the Sony Engineers, but typically a feature available with most better digital cameras these days.

The second technique is to capture a given subject area by taking 10-12 portrait images and then merging them all together in Photoshop during post-processing.  Can be tricky because there can’t be things moving in the background.  A lot of fun to experiment with.  Hopefully soon I can add one covering all of Charing Cross.  I did create one, but a the photo mosaic merge in Photoshop didn’t work out so well first time around.

A nominal price increase for these as there is added time to create the final image.

Only available as cards, prints, framed prints and posters, because it’s kinda difficult to wrap these around a throw pillow or an iPad case 🙂



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Steven Jodoin is a Geomatics Engineer, Photographer, Graphic Designer, Web Developer and an aspiring Lean Six Sigma Black Belt living in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia. "Make Every Day a Kaizen Day" and Improve Continuously