Occasionally I walk past a mass of greenery and colour and think wouldn’t it be nice to take a picture of that. Well today I did, in fact two pictures in HDR which I stitched together using PTGui Pro.
Taken on iPhone 4s, two photos portrait 2w x 1h. The master panorama is 14 megapixels before crop.
Taken on my daily constitutional beach walk, Thailand Nov-2013
16 thoughts on “Beautiful Flowering “Creeper” Bush, My first HDR Panorama”
Bouganvillea is gorgeous and comes in such an array of colours. Shame they also come with thorns. 🙂
I didn’t get close enough to see or experience the thorns, but I’ll bear that in mind if I do any closeups:)
Beautiful photos. Wish I could stitch them together that well, but have what my photo prof. calls a “crooked” eye, meaning I don’t line things up just right.
Thanks, that’ll be similar to “tone deaf” and “colour blind”, to which I say horse shit or cow poo (BS), and figure out how to do things anyway … for stitching the software does the work, really, it’s mostly about minor adjustments … but there was/is a learning curve, which I just persist until something works or get pissed off when it doesn’t LOL
Guess I need to update my Photoshop and keep trying. Used to be able to do anything I wanted to do with it, but haven’t kept up lately. My bad. Not “color blind” just blind in one eye, so that could be part of the problem. If I shut the other one I’m blind in both LOL
LOL if I shut both my eyes I’m blind too !
Pretty cool technique!
Looks like bougainvillea to me too, it’s a creeper that loves hot climates. Also loved the Buddha photos, particularly the Saturday one, my birth day!!!!
You are welcome, Saturday is the laid back one ?
Could well be bougainvillea, I’ll take a closer look at the flowers when I pass again and compare with internet 🙂 DC
very pretty, bougainvillea, I think, can’t really tell, but they come in a mass of different colours and look best all wild as per your photo 🙂
Thanks, botanist I am not !
Looking on google bougainvillea looks very similar so you could well be right:)
Warm regards DC
A lot of people class them as weeds because they grow anywhere and everywhere, but I love them, there are so many colours, I can name the really common plants but not much else 🙂
I’m fairly good with English plants could name quite a few, but overseas I’m lost … Sometimes this kind of thing just catches my eye and think it’d make a nice photo to share, so out comes the iphone … I’m just doing a panorama of big sky we had here this evening … warm regards DC
Very nice photo.
Thanks Irene, you are my best fan at the moment 🙂