I’ve done almost the same image before, in PanoEdit, but this is a bit different. It’s done with DoubleTake, with stitching disabled. It’s closer to what David Hockney used the term ‘Joiner’ to mean – no stitching or merging, just images laid down to form a bigger image.
A lot of photos, all stitched together by PanoEdit. The individual images were all taken with a 135mm Jupiter-11 lens – a shiny old Soviet lens.
A couple walking along the sea front in Sidmouth, on a nice sunny day.
An interesting door or window or both, in Sidmouth.
People do like to be beside the seaside. Another one modified a bit in onOne Perfect Effects, giving things a bit of extra glow.
Edited in onOne’s Perfect Effects to give a nice feel to the colours, and adding a bit of glow to the sea.
A gull’s head. Looking very closely, I can just about make out my own reflection in its eye. Processed in onOne’s Perfect B&W to bring out the detail in the feathers and brighten the eye. Added vignette, and sepia tone.