Basilica Oudenbosch

The Basilica Oudenbosch is a copy of the Saint Pieter in Rome. Slightly smaller, but still an impressive piece of work. Once you get in there, it’s an instant jaw dropping experience. All I could say was “WOW”.

For this shot I wanted to go wider, but I had only my 18-55mm kit lens at that time. I needed to be creative to get the shot. I placed my tripod in centre of the alley and shot a panorama of three shots wide and two shots up. These 6 shots were stitched in Photoshop to get the final image.

One thing to keep in mind, is to shoot the pano wider and higher then you need. Because you’re going to loose some parts of the photo with the stichting and wide angle correction.

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Michiel
Photographer at Behind The Lenscap
Michiel Buijse is a land- and cityscape photographer based in The Netherlands. He is a Nikon ambassador. Michiel also gives photography and post processing workshops.

Michiel

Michiel Buijse is a land- and cityscape photographer based in The Netherlands. He is a Nikon ambassador. Michiel also gives photography and post processing workshops.

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  • september 20, 2015 om 8:59 pm
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    What a fanastic shot Michiel! Everything comes together perfectly 🙂

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