I meant to start these the other day but time and circumstances dictated otherwise, anyway the Fuji X100v....it has a lot under the hood which make it a very capable creative imaging tool.
Going in to Drive one of the options is to shoot in Panorama mode, either Left to right, right to left or up and down and yes you guessed....down and up ! so these are shot as Up to Down panoramas, I wanted to ensure the exposure set by the camera was based on a reading of the sky and a tickle in Lightroom to rescue and shadow detail loss.
Now these are shot as Jpegs, I suppose I'd better find out what a RAW/ DNG file size would be but I'm sure they would be a 'Biggie'
I created a new file in Photoshop, A2 size and exported the panoramas from Lightroom as a layer stack, dragged over to the A2 base and then dragged and moved individually into position.
Now there are no blending modes or opacity applied to these layers, just as they were from import but that's something I'm planning on doing next although the weather has a big say in this at the moment.
So this is a start not an ending with opacity, blending and up and downs overlaying left and rights.....maybe throw in some Infra Red and blur....or maybe not!!!
Here are some Wide angle Multi Joiner Panoramas from back in the day
Fuji X100v f 8 1/250th ISO auto Panorama mode.
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