Sittard-Geleen – Sittard Garden Morning Panorama Part 1

Sittard-Geleen – Sittard Garden Morning Panorama Part 1

“Adventure is calling, the question is will you go”

 

Just in the middle of planning a bike trip to Belgium for couple of days…

Something I love to do from time to time because it refreshes my mind and the photos I bring back home are worth the trip.

This time I’m going to a new place I’ve never been before so even better.

Can’t wait…

Anyway…

The the photo above is from one of the secret gardens in Sittard. I took this panorama from no other reason than to try new settings I’ve learned recently.

I hate using tripod. I think tripod is heavy and it slows me down when I’m hiking, biking or do other things. So this was a brilliant test.

I’ve also learn a good albow technique to lock the camera in place and rotate around it.

In fact, I hate tripod so much that I’ve spend months figuring out the best way to get rid of it…

…and still being able to bring home images that are worth the trip.

Anyway…

If you hate caring tripod around for whatever reason, then check ” The Art Of Seeing” training.

http://sittard365.com/the-art-of-seeing

All the best…

Libor Bednarik

P.S. One thing… When you shoot without the tripod and you do a panorama, use your body and the camera strap to stop any movement…

I’ll show you what I mean next time. It’s a great technique.

The best thing is that I can leave that monster at home and not be worried that I screw up…

For now… go out and shoot amazing photos.

Talk to you later…

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