So both of those I took with a Canon T1i and a 17-200mm Tamron lens
I panned horizontally across the horizon, trying hard to keep it on the center focal point of my viewfinder, and I took about 10 images for each one.
Here’s some quick tips for those of you wanting to do panoramas:
thanks, so glad you liked them!
lonelylonelylonelyeyes is proud to be an american or whatever
We are all just storms with skin stretched over our problems.
It rained here today, and I felt like a storm trapped in a storm and I’ve never been surrounded by more people and felt so alone. The sky shattered today, and from it fell tears of shattered glass and they bounced around and glistened prettily in the golden sunset light, but it got dark again just like it always does, and it got cold again just like it always does and I need you to both light my way and keep me warm but you’re a ghost. I got out your old journal today just to hold onto it while the storm threatened the integrity of my foundations. It rained. Oh my god did it rain. Not for any single thing in particular, but for the sake of the storm inside me, for the sake of release, for the sake of a careful moment trapped in my mind. It doesn’t rain often anymore, but when it does, it sure does flood.
Hey, I hope you enjoyed those tips. They’ve really helped me out over the years, so enjoy, and please message me if you have any questions. Thanks!
Ginny - Shot by Me
It’s kind of astounding how words can tie knots in stomachs,
That we, just like film, develop from our negatives.
That we can be happy and not smile
Or sad and not frown.
You may not know this now,
You may never know this again,
But I loved you long ago,
And I could always love you again.