Full view really, really recommended. Also, this is just a proof of concept, something I just knocked out this afternoon. But I like it, so I will be working to perfect this image, possibly on this very street corner.
This is a good concept! The light and colors are really good. But I think I prefer the left side of the image because there is this man, in white, standing there. Anyway, it's a good idea, and I like it!
Yes! Originally I was shooting that part of the scene because he sunlight is streaming in down the street and reflecting off a shiny building behind the camera. This gives that specific spot a very interesting light. But I couldn't capture a really special scene so I went with a much more all encompassing shot. This actually my second visit to that corner with that particular light. And I intend to return again for another try.
did you digitally create the panorama? there was this photographer who did something similar of people passing through through out the day. The presentation was set so that the viewer had to use the cursor to slide through it. I cant remember the photographer--but it was amazing. He might have been from Chicago--or England. i think he spent 8 hours shooting.
It probably won't be much different in general, but there are some errors in the final panorama. Some of the shots didn't match up perfectly due to people moving. I also hoping for a scene with some more motion, though how I'm going to do this without getting even more artifacts, I don't know. But I will try again on the next sunny afternoon!
That could work. I was thinking of using a tripod and taking many sets of 5 or 6 shot panoramas, and the mixing and matching individual frames of each pano in order to get rid of people or add them. We'll see how this works once my tripod comes in the mail.