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Three frame (landscape) stitch in Lightroom


Sunset in Knokke

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Lech, Austria

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Yoesden nature reserve, near Radnage, Bucks

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IR-Pano: vantage point Hochwart - Insel Reichenau

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Taken around two weeks ago in Gdańsk, PL:



Two pictures horizontally stitched.
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Great pano! I get the feeling of looking at a toy town!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Jadom Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 September 2019 at 08:01
Thank you Fred_S and waldo_posth
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Hi Jadom.
I like this photo of Gdansk. Tell me where you take it from? Looks like from Granary Island. But are there such tall buildings now? I was in Gdańsk last time in 2015.
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Panorama - Blutenburg Castle, Munich

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Originally posted by mariuszlo mariuszlo wrote:

Hi Jadom.
I like this photo of Gdansk. Tell me where you take it from? Looks like from Granary Island. But are there such tall buildings now? I was in Gdańsk last time in 2015.


Hello Mariusz. Since 2015 there were a lot of things going on in Gdańsk. Especially in Granary Island and its vicinity. A whole west (Motlawa bank) and north part of the island were shut by brand new developements including new luxury apartment buildings with sky high per square meter prices as well as brand name hotels. We stayed at Radisson. You can see it at enclosed photo as third building on right from this white three segment building. First building, right from this white three segment one has a kind of flat scenic roof. So I got my panorama from there. This is open to the public. However you have to pay for the access to it after 8PM.



BTW. It would be great if Bazylika Mariacka owners would install some tower ilumination which on all pictures taken from thos location looks simply dark.
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Taken in 2013, re-done today. Five pictures stitched horizontally.

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