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When things go wrong?

By Owdman  
This was a panorama I took of Montreal from St. Joseph's Oratory. Unfortunately something went wrong, I must have missed at least one frame of the panorama. As a result the image is more of an Escher construction, but I actually quite enjoyed the weird result. So here it is!

Tags: Panorama Montreal Escher esque Humour and fun St Josephs Oratory

Voters: Toobi_Won, rontear, bluesandtwos and 11 more


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Toobi_Won 8 77 7 England
8 Jan 2018 11:02PM
Bathed in heavenly lightSmile
Mike

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Toobi_Won 8 77 7 England
8 Jan 2018 11:44PM
Looking at the way you have framed the bottom, Norman, the central semicircle, it's difficult to see where you could have missed an exposure.
The centre is OK and if you missed one off the ends, it would have altered this symmetry.
This looks like a problem with the way the image was stacked and processed, possibly the HDR effect?
Do the individual images show the "light beams" in the sky?
Mike
9 Jan 2018 12:41AM
It looks like a futuristic city, l quite like it
DaveN
tonyguitar Plus
7 77 37 Canada
9 Jan 2018 2:06AM
Clever lower framing. The sky rays may be St. Joseph's/ Andre's doing. Those with body damage or permanent ailments take each step upward with a prayer on every step. Some have enough faith to throw away their crutches or recieve a cure upon reaching the top step. TG
Owdman Plus
4 6 9 United Kingdom
9 Jan 2018 10:08AM

Quote:Looking at the way you have framed the bottom, Norman, the central semicircle, it's difficult to see where you could have missed an exposure.
The centre is OK and if you missed one off the ends, it would have altered this symmetry.
This looks like a problem with the way the image was stacked and processed, possibly the HDR effect?
Do the individual images show the "light beams" in the sky?
Mike


No there was definitely a frame missing on the right hand side and one on the left. The top of the picture was made up of 12 frames and then I added 4 more at the bottom which created the uneven shape. The light beams were in the sky, but post processing with the NIC filters highlighted them. We'd arrived to a dull, overcast and miserable day when the storm broke and the sun shone.
Norm

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