A 7-shot stitch pano at the Tegalalang Rice Terraces at Bali.
Went for a short trip to Bali over the Good Friday weekend. I must say I was wrong about the place with the misconceptions and pessismistic environments I had with the place. Bali is indeed a great place.
I realise why Aussie’s and other nationalities love the place. 3 Things, The Beach, The Surf & The Tourist Friendly places. Yes, the island is essentially one big island dedicated to tourists. I’m surprise by the friendliness of the people, the non-existence pickpockets(mind you this is an Indonesian regent) and the overall resort feeling everywhere you go, simply said, the place is a paradise.
Bali, has plenty of old hindu temples, a freakin long Kuta Beach, great surf and plenty of rock and sea scapes for you landscape photographers out there. Too bad, I didn’t have the chance to explore more of the place.
The picture above is a majestic rice padi field in Tegalalang. It was simple a breath taking view, just had to take this panorama to prove its grandness. This was 7(3exp Bracketed) stitch panorama using PTgui. Other than that its basically a simple contrast, clarity and sharpness tweak to bring out more details in the stitched HDR pano. The right side of the pano is abit weird, and thats because I exposed wrongly so that the best it will do.