I spent Saturday afternoon at Tate Modern -still my favourite Gallery in London, though Im not convinced the Herzog DeMeuron extension currently under construction is A) A good idea, B) A good design. But lets see..
Anyway upon leaving and crossing Sir Norman of Fosters Millenium (wobbly) bridge we were treated to a truly magical sunset which bathed the Urban Landscape scene down river in Golden Light, whilst illuminating a dramatic cloudscape as a scenic backdrop of the kind which would have had Turner doing cartwheels. Anyhow you get the picture- all in all a must do Photo opportunity.
Once again the adage the best camera is the one you have with you, proves to be the case, and once again its the iPhone.
So I thought I’d try a wee experiment and see if I could produce anything approaching a decent quality panoramic image using
A) Photoshop stitching
B) DMD – a clever little iPhone app which allows you to shoot a panoramic on the fly so to speak and does the stitching in-situ.
So heres the results:
So heres the first – Photoshop Job
Heres -the 2nd -also Photoshop but a bigger stitch -12 images & a different iPhone origination -mine had run out of battery so I borrowed my friends!