<%@LANGUAGE="JAVASCRIPT" CODEPAGE="1252"%> Evanescent Light : Panoramas


evanescent
: fleeting, transitory
evanescent wave: a nearfield standing wave, employed for total internal reflection microscopy

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Panoramas

Panorama Pictures 

These images were made by taking several pictures, panning the camera between each image, and then ‘stitching’ together the individual frames to make a complete panorama. Recent versions of Photoshop (CS3 on) now include an excellent automation for aligning and blending multiple images. My main motivation in making panoramic photos is to create high-resolution desktop images for the dual 4k monitor setup in my office. With a PC the trick to stretching a single image across two (or three) monitors is to first set the image dimensions (e.g. in Photoshop) to EXACTLY match the total dimensions of the displays. For example, using two monitorseach with 3840 x 2160 resolution, the image would be sized to 7680 x 2160 pixels. Then simply select the image file as the desktop using the TILE option. Macs are different. For a multiple-monitor display on a Mac you need to divide the image into 2 (or 3) separate files, one for each monitor. If you have a multiple monitor display, or would like to make a single panoramic print for personal use, please feel free to download any of the high-resolution images here. Please contact me for possible commercial licensing at.
<evanescentlightphotography@gmail.com>.


Valley of the Gods, Utah: sunrise panorama (click image to download 20 MB jpg file)


 

   


Ryan Mountain sunset panorama : Joshua Tree N.P. (click image to download 25 megapixel file)




   


   

 


Temblor panorama with yellow wildflowers: Carrizo Plain N.M.
(click on image to download ~50 Mpixel stitched panorama)

 

   


Trona Pinnacles sunset panorama

   

 


 

 

   





Trona Pinnacles Panorama


Mesquite sand dunes panorama; Death Valley N.P. (click the image to download 70 Mpixel image file)


Panorama, Aldeyjarfoss and basalt gorge : Iceland




Raudisandur panorama : Western Fjords, Iceland

   

   


Double rainbow over Cape Town and Lion's Head from Signal Hill


Cape Town panorama before sunrise (click on image to download ~60 Mpixel image file)

 

Filligree cloudscape over the crane pond: Bosque del Apache NWR (Click the image to download 40 MB high-res stitched panorama)
 

 

Photomontage of crane take-off sequence: Bosque del Apache NWR
 

 

   

   

   




Padre Bay moonrise panorama : Alstrom Point, Lake Powell



Yellowstone : Grand Prismatic Spring

 


Great Gallery panorama, Horseshoe Canyon, Canyonlands N.P. : Click the image to download 60 Mpixel Hi-Res image file




Sierra Apenglow



Sunset panorama from Rainbow Point: Valley of Fire



Sierra Apenglow2


Sierra sunrise panorama

Lone Pine Peak and Mt. Whitney sunrise

 Alpenglow over Alabama Hills and Sierra crest


Sierra crest and Alabama Hills panorama
 


San Rafael Reef and Interstate 15 through Spotted Wolf Canyon - Sunrise



Badwater salt hexagons Panorama


Telecsope Peak reflections and salt hexagons: Badwater Basin, Death Valley National Park (stitched high-res panorama)


Flowers in Death Valley during the 'once-in-a-lifetime' bloom of Spring 2005


Sierra Crest reflections



San Gabriels Panorama



Mojave Desert; joshua tree sunset panorama




Goosenecks of San Juan, Panorama



Goosnecks of the San Juan River by monlight


   


 

Racetrack Valley panorama (high-res 35 MB download)
 





Easter Island - Tongariki panorama



Grand Canyon : dawn panorama from Desert View


 

Uluru sunrise panorama (14 MB download)
 


UC Berkeley campanile and SanFrancisco Bay sunset panorama (34 MB download)


UC Berkeley campanile and SanFrancisco Bay sunrise panorama (35 MB download)



100-handprints pictograph: Escalante River Canyon, Utah (28 MB download)


Procession Panel petroglyphs : Comb Ridge


UCI with snowcovered Angeles Crest as backdrop (45 Mpix panorama : 27 MB download)

   

Horsetail Fall at sunset 2/18/ 2008
Yosemite N.P.
(Vertical panorama - 22 Mpixel)
 




Nose of El Cap reflected in Merced River
Yosemite N.P.
(Vertical panorama - 18 Mpix)


South Tufa panorama, Mono Lake (giant stitched panorama ; 40 MB download)

 


Canyon de Chelly - panorama


Twin Navajo Bridges - panorama




last updated 09/05/2016

IanParker
1146 McGaugh Hall
University of California,
Irvine, CA 92697

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