Hood River Bridge, nearly a mile long bridge on Columbia River, in Hood River, Oregon, USA.
Bonneville Lock & Dam, built and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, was the first federal lock and dam on the Columbia and Snake rivers. HDR panorama created from 12 images.
Unfortunately, Mount Rainier was hidden behind those clouds. Could not get even a peek.
Bright and sunny day in Valley of Fire, near Las Vegas, Nevada. Shot with an iPhone X.
Sea Lions sunbathing near Pier 39 in San Francisco. Sunny and extremely windy day. We had to cancel our cruise 🙁
Beautiful Diablo Lake in Washington on a bright, warm summer day. An HDR panorama composed of several images. This lake is absolutely beautiful in any season.
You can enjoy this beautiful panoramic view of Mount Rainier in Washington from Crystal Mountain.
A cloudy, windy, cold day at the beachfront in Galveston, TX.
Texas state capitol building in Austin Texas. An HDR panorama composed of several photos, stitched together and enhanced in Lightroom.
Singapore’s iconic financial district in the late afternoon. An HDR panorama composed of several images. Shot handheld with Nikon Z6.
Beautiful sunset from Mauna Lani Point Resort, Waimea, Hawaii. Shot with iPhone XS Max, back camera.
An HDR Panorama stitched together from 20 images in Lightroom. Kona’s busy, bustling place with pubs, hotels and shops. Beautiful ocean view.
Lush green rain forest on Hawaii Big Island.
A stream: Hawaii Big Island. HDR Panorama stitched in Lightroom from 10 images.
Akaka falls – HDR Panorama created from 60 images and then stitched in Lightroom.
Unusual and rare black sand beach on Hawaii’s big island. This is an HDR panorama created from 24 images and stitched together in Lightroom.
An HDR Panorama of Singapore skyline in the fading daylight at dusk. This image is constructed from dozens of photos shot handheld with Nikon Z6 and then stitched in Microsoft Image Compositing Editor.
Helix Bridge in Singapore.
A sweeping HDR panorama of Singapore skyline constructed from more than 30 individual photos using Microsoft’s Image Compositing Editor and later edited in Photoshop for color, contrast and details enhancements. The additional drama in the sky is just a lucky coincidence!