5 photo pano, 28mm lens, 20sec, f20, ISO100
Both are three photo vertical panos. I have never tried that and was curious about the effect of shooting an equal amount of ceiling and floor as foreground.
28mm, 3 shots at 0, +1 and -1 comp, f8, .8 sec, ISO 100 merged in HDR to photoshop from lightroom
28mm, 4 photo square pano, 30 seconds, f20, ISO 100
28mm, 3 photo pano, f8, 13 sec, ISO 100, merged from Lightroom into photoshop as pano
shot from below so I straightened the lines by transform – distort.
28mm, f20, 10 sec, ISO 100
This photo is a “cheat” the top half and the circle are as shot but the bottom outer ring is a duplicate flip of the top outer part. The bottom lights didn’t “star” because of the angle I was shooting from so I used the top ones to give the symmetry I wanted in the photo.
Technically, I would have preferred to shoot at F8, the sharpest aperture on my 28mm fixed lens. I would have to use a filter and the exposure would be longer. However, it would take too much time and I was just really experimenting to see what I could get. Ideally I could also bracket each shot +2 and -2 as well!! But then I’d need much more time.