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The aerial photo that I like the most, Hong Kong miniature

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by John Lo, Jun 4, 2016.

  1. John Lo

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    Hong Kong | Dronestagram

    please have a look, welcome leave comment and click in thumbs up for support if u like, thx.
     
  2. deltamike

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    That's a nice pic John. Glad you got the a/c back in one piece.

    I miss the Kai Tak landings though. :rolleyes:
     
  3. flyboy73

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    Very nice, John. You live in a beautiful and exciting city. Do you care to share details on how you achieved the panorama? How many shots? How high were you? How long did it take?
     
  4. John Lo

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    around 400m height, no special technique, just shot 8 shots from left to right and stitch it together by photoshop.

    Due to the backlight of the sun, The original photo is quite wash out, so I have to do a lot of editing to bring the detail back.

    Finally, Tweak the color to suite my taste and that's it.
     
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  5. arkadek1

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    good shot
     
  6. BeachDuc

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    That is amazing. How did you get that perspective and keep everything aligned? You would have had to have flown in a curve to get that much of the coast in view, so it would have been hard to maintain the same distance from buildings and stop them warping.
     
  7. daveleeds

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    All that work has paid off. Well done great picture.