Tuesday, March 21, 2006

A 6 panel panorama


The evening storms in western Ghana are a sign that the harmatan winds season, the harsh dusty winds from the sahara, is about to finish.

Normally taking a panaorama were the lighting of the sky changes so dramatically, is so difficult it seldom works. Part of your photo will be based on murky dark images where other photos will be highkey and bleached out. FOr this reason I took my light and focus from between photos 2 & 3 but half pressing the shutter. Then moveing back to the start photo and beginning the series.



Taken at Newmont's Ahafo gold project.
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