Normally I blend my multiple exposures first and then I stitch the panoramas up.. But for this image.. I tried the reverse and although there was some tiny misalignment in between exposure panoramas, it was so minor it wasn't too difficult in the end to create this image.
Because of this workflow switch, I could really get very detailed with my blending to the point of it looking so natural that it's quite amazing at 100%.
I hope you like this image and I wish you a great week ahead!
Canon 5d Mk 2 | Canon 16-35 f2.8L Mk2 | ISO 200 | f 10.0 | focal length 24mm (7 tile, 4 exposure digitally blended Panorama)
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