Trying out the panoramic feature of the DJI spark. Impressed, but not blown away by it.
I found it really easy Todo, with the drone doing all the hard work taking the images, a great mode for capturing the vista. However, I find myself unable to position the drone where I want, always seeming to stop short. Not a limit on the drone, but for some reason my brain always stops in that same position!
While I always like to process images as little as possible, if at all, some times it’s a requirement of every shot.
Here, for instance this shot taken from my Spark. It lacks depth and colour. Visually, it just didn’t stand out.
However, a little time spent in the Google Photos editor tweaking exposure, clarity, saturation and blacks improve things.
Shadows have a bit more depth, the colours are less muted but still hold the autumn setting.
You don’t take a photograph, you make it
So, don’t be afraid to play with the sliders, just don’t overdo it, and keep it realistic and you’ll do just fine.
1400 • f8.0 • 300.0 mm • ISO 400
Gent in a suit eating lunch by the river. Nice to get out the office eh?
As always, more images can be found over on my
1640 • f6.3 • 180.0 mm • ISO 640
Young lady on her Mobile.
Ok, so I’m starting a new thing, a favourite image of the previous month.
So for August, it’s a really difficult choice as I felt like I took a lot of good photos. However, Leeds Gay Pride was really fun to photograph, and by far gave the most photos for me to choose from.
So, this is my Picture of August, and it really wasn’t an easy choice 🙂
What you all think? Good or bad choice? Let me know in the comments.