Pantages Theater Vertical Panorama

Posted March 7th, 2015 by   |  Photography, Software, Travel  |  Permalink

Last week, my daughter participated in an adjudication for her flute quartet. After the adjudication, my wife and I took her to the Pantages Theater for a concert with the Tacoma Concert Band. As I always do, I brought a camera and found a great opportunity to take a vertical panorama of the interior before the show began. To get the shot, I found an open seat in the middle of the theater and took 10 photographs, starting with the stage, continuing towards the ceiling, and ending with the row of seating behind me.

Pantages pano

Vertical panorama of the Pantages Theater. 10 shots taken with Nikon D750, 24-70mm f/2.8. Processed in Lightroom, merged to panorama in Photoshop CC.

Back at the computer, I processed the images in Lightroom for proper white balance, shadows, and highlights. Then, I exported out the shots to Photoshop CC’s panorama merge utility. The result is a very interesting looking vertical panorama of the interior of Pantages Theater.

Here are a couple of other shots from the day.

Pantages theater

This is a horizontal panorama of the Pantages Theater. Nikon D750, 24-70mm f/2.8. Seven-shot sequence merged in Photoshop CC.

Flute quartet

My daughter’s flute quartet, just before their adjudication. They scored a 1 with the judges! (that’s the best rating)

 



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