Lake District Panoramic Photography – Derwent Water
This was a lucky autumn morning panoramic photograph of Derwent Water, looking like something out of “The Lord of the Rings”. It’s always exciting being out with the camera on days like this and an added bonus to have the autumn colours highlighted with early morning light. Some of the best kept secret locations surround Derwent Water and this photo was captured from one of them. A low carpet of mist and inversions often hover over Derwent Water and if you’re lucky, you can forecast this the night before. This is an image made up of several portrait format photographs, professionally stitched together, which results in a huge panoramic photograph. I am currently shooting many of my favourite view points of the Lake District in this style. My new modern aluminium wall feature range starts at 60×20 inches. Samples are available to view in Keswick, if you’re searching for a special wall feature. The local Keswick fells in this photograph include the following…. Scafell, Maiden Moor, High Spy, Catbells, Causey Pike, Grizedale Pike and Barrow Fell.
Camera equipment used to create this latest panoramic photograph. Canon 5D Mark 3, Canon 24-70, 3 legged thing tripod.