Ice Pano – And Bro
I don’t know if I’ve ever mentioned my brother’s website on this blog. But, he’s helped me out with a couple of projects that I’ve been working on and you can see one of the illustrations that he’s done on his blog right now. He’s a professional web/graphic designer working for a Japanese animation selling company in Iowa. Check out his site. There are a couple of bargains on there for original oil paintings.
Any idea on what kind of bug this is?
And now something completely different: Ice in the Northland. It’s here. Winter is upon us. Here’s a quick pano I squeezed off the other day. Click on it to see the bigger version. It’s about 7 or 8 shots. I’m trying a new pano building program and I need to use it a little more, but I can definitely see blending lines. I still haven’t found anything that I like as much as I like the free Hugins program. Nothing else seems to do as nice a job. Boy, I wish I had a Nikon 28 f/3.5 PC lens, a Kirk Long Rail Plate, and a Kirk L-Bracket for a D200 body only. That’d be one heck of a pano making machine, and it’d make panos so nicely that hardly any work would need to be done to make them fit.