2018 Pano Challenge


#44

And a bloody great one at that :smiley:


#45

It’s amazing how weird it looks if you place it in totally the wrong position. :stuck_out_tongue:


#46

There are five options for different ones I believe now.
I’m not always sure about adding it though.

I’ve just had a thought now you’ve said that, you’ll have to wait and see if I get the image I want first though.
I’m not giving away my secrets just yet :laughing:


#47

Another from Pontcanna, Cardiff.
5 shot pano edited and cropped, taken 28/12/2018 @ 08.41am


#48

Sorry to say , I have no entries to this challenge yet, been to busy on run up to Christmas


#49

Went out last night to try and get some night shots, on the way it became foggy, I did get up in the air but I did have a few problems trying to get the shots I was hoping for at the start so I gave up on others I had planned.
I did take a 360 with Hangar which I intended to stitch myself, I tried the usual three pieces of software I use but they all failed with the same part of the photo.
The only other option was to let Hangar try and do its thing and it bloody well worked :scream:
It’s not the greatest 360 with the diffused foggy grainy image but it’s all I got and possibly my last entry unless I get lucky today before closing time :thinking::crossed_fingers:


#50

Yup, that’s foggy :smiley:

Might also be the first / only foggy 360 I’ve ever seen? :thinking:

Thanks for the entry!


#51

:rofl:
I’d nearly given up with it but thought I had nothing to lose and give Hangar a chance to complete it :blush:
No problem.


#52

My

3rd entry is from 27th December from Hayling Island looking across at the sunset. The flock of oystercatchers was not planned but shot up from the water as I positioning the MA. This is made up of (3 x HDR) x 3 shots and so took some selection to get the right positioning of the birds.

I did take some video footage as they were flying around me as I thought best to stay still and let them avoid me rather than me move and avoid them!!!


Photographic Order of Merit Gallery
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#53

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#54

That’s an amazing shot @BrianB


#55

My 4th entry is is from the same time and place. and was a shot I had been planning. This signal is from the old ‘Billy Line’, and old railway line that ran from Havant to Hayling Island. I had been hoping to get the setting sun to light the signal and the bridge behind. A panorama made up of 3 shots.


#56

Last entry is from 28th December during the morning blue hour. Sun and clouds had been forecast bit only the clouds arrived! This is made up of a series of 4 images and shows old Portsmouth, Portsmouth Harbour and across to Gosport.


#59

Thanks Richard, likewise on your sunrise over Cardiff :+1:


#60

Well done all those that have taken part this will be a hard one to judge so may good ones
every chance i have had its been to windy or raining today was supposed to be good but as Peter Kay would say its been “spitting” all day


#61

Quick last minute entry - it’s all I have as not going to try to master night flight, photography and 360° all in one go this evening! :exploding_head:


#62

Thanks for your entires everyone - we shall have some news for you in the next day or two :smiley:


#63

OK, guys!!! The news you’ve all been waiting for!! Awards Night!

Firstly - thanks to all those that entered! :+1:

The committee have ranked the 16 entries, then those ranking have been averaged, and then those averages have themselves been ranked.


Third Place - 2018 Pano Challenge Winner - Bronze Badge Winner

@leeheyes - Link to entry.


Second Place - 2018 Pano Challenge Winner - Silver Badge Winner

@milkmanchris - Link to entry.


… AND …. THE WINNER OF THE 2018 Pano Challenge is ……
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First Place - 2018 Pano Challenge Winner - Gold Badge Winner

@BrianB - Link to entry.



#64

Deserved Winner !, Well Done Brian !
Congratulations to all the other winners !!
All great Photos !


#65

Congrats Brian, yours was my winner too