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Completed Panoramics! | Gregory Chong Photography
 
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I hope everyone had a great Easter weekend.

Most of the weekend, I’ve been working on perfecting the panoramic pictures I took.  The main one of the Hong Kong Island, I shared several days ago.  It is now done.   The only set of pictures I am struggling with are the ones of the Hong Kong Tram on the Hong Kong Island.  It was a last minute decision to shoot them and being unfamiliar with that area, lead to so-so quality pictures.

I then started to experiment with a photo I took at the Peak in Hong Kong, converted it to a black and white picture, and then cropped it so it has that panoramic width.  Building on this, I then went back to a sunset picture I took with the Red Sun.  This picture wasn’t intentionally taken as a panoramic, but I cropped it to a 3:1 (w:h) ratio to give me a panoramic-like width.  My friend, Craig, said he wished more of the foreground was visible.  I made it a little more visible, but it is still dark.  The little bit of increased visibility gives that added depth feel, at the same time the picture definitely has some graininess.

I hope you enjoy them.  I will be putting these up on my photography website, Gregory Chong.com under a new catagory: Panoramics soon.  Stay tuned!  Click on a picture to see it in an overlay.  Warning: some of the panoramics are large file sizes.

Hong Kong Island

Hong Kong Island

Dark vs Light (Battle for Central)

Dark vs Light (Battle for Central)

Rouge Sol

Rouge Sol

Thanks for looking,

~Greg Chong

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