A Winter Scene
I was not really confident about this panorama taken right after the snow stopped following. The temperature was relatively high (around zero degrees centigrade) which meant that I had to be careful with the falling snow from the trees (it would not be a great idea to be pointing the camera and then having a big blob of wet snow hitting it…).
I joined the six pictures together to produce this panorama not before having them adjusted individually for the correct white balance, shadows and highlights. Next, I applied a discrete sharpening and the last touch, a bit of blur.
With the picture ready, I created a cartoon overlay and subtly blended both.
Here is the result:
Some details of the pictures: taken with my Nikon D90, 18-200 mm, at focal length 24mm (36 mm at 35mm), 6 pictures taken vertically at f/11, 1/250s, ISO 160.