Isla del sol is an island in the Lake of Titicaca. Have you ever seen a pig relaxing on the beach?
Photo 1: Pig relaxing on the beach
So far „Isla del sol“ (The island of the sun) is as far as I could see not polluted, referring to the article I quoted in the first post about Lake Titicaca. Traveling from Copacabana takes about an hour by boat. Also here I tried my merging skills. One thing a found out here was, that the better the lighting situation, the better the chances of a good outcome as the following panoramas of Isla del sol will show.
Photo 2: Panorama Isla del sol 1
Photo 3: Panorama Isla del sol 2
Photo 4: Panorama Isla del sol 3
Photo 5: Panorama Isla del sol 4
Photo 6: Panorama Isla del sol 5
Photo 7: Panorama Isla del sol 6
Photo 8: Panorama Isla del sol 7
Photo 9: Harbour
As you can see on my webpage (https://beyond-photographies.com/panorama/), merged images contain a lot more megapixels than not merged ones. Among the crucial factors are lighting and distance to the object. Shooting with an f-stop of a minimum of 8 and a shutter speed of 100 should give you enough security for more making the outcome adequate. A tripod also. There are several photographers talking about merging, but as it is a method I am in the process of discovering I will not write down all the tricks I discovered. In the end its just the outcome which counts. 🙂
This article should contribute to the method of merging pictures. Here I show my results..