Tulip Pano

This tulip panorama was shot on a light box in three segments. Each segment is made up of six exposures, so there are eighteen exposures in all. In post-production, first I combined the exposures and then stitched the segments together. My idea was to create a cheerful image that promotes health and happiness to the viewer. It makes a nice print on Moab Slickrock Pearl. You can click here, or on the image, to view it larger.

Tulip Pano © Harold Davis

Tulip Pano © Harold Davis

If you like this image, you may be interested in some other Tulip imagery I created at the same time!

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