Isle of Wight Geology demonstration by Jason Swain. Lots of new cliff-falls and erosion after the winter storms revealing amazing strata & patterns in the cliffs of Compton Bay on the Isle of Wight
Maybe it should be called a massive-o-rama or possibly a gigant-o-rama, not sure which,either way its a huge pano in every sense, encompassing a full 180 degree view of the cliffs at Compton Bay.
Six full frames shot hand-held with the Sigma 12-24mm ultra-wide angle lens, minimal edit in Adobe Lightroom (not much required, the light was perfect, its almost SOOC except for the lens profile) and then put together in Photoshop CC.
Exif Data = f/6.3 at 1/250 iso100 12mm
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