2018 / Architecture
Straight Line Panorama Architecture
This technique that I call straight line panorama is more advance that what it is known by a few as linear panorama. To capture this panorama of the Bonsecours Market in Montreal Canada, I shot around 120 pictures to minimalize any perspective effect. To achieve the final image, several hundred layers in Photoshop are required because conventional stitching will not work. The resulting final image is very close to a drawing, reproducing in real life the original vision of the architect.
Prof Denis Gadbois is the Head of the Department of Art and Art History at the University of Calgary. His research focus is on panorama photography that are compelling, moody and surreal.