Well its been around 2 straight weeks of fog sitting over the beautiful city of Vancouver, but today the sun finally came through and the fog dropped low enough to get some nice shots of Downtown Vancouver. The sun was setting and I headed out to start shooting. The shots where taken on a Nikon D800 with a 70-200 2.8 VR 2.
I stitched together a couple of Pano’s using Autopano Pro. Super easy amazing program that doesn’t make your computer churn as much as when trying to process large files in Photoshop.
Here are some of the shots that I got.
As the Sun set’s behind Vancouver Island, you can just see the Lighthouse at Lighthouse Park clearing from underneath the fog.
City of downtown and finally be spotted after almost 2 straight weeks of Fog Cover.
West Vancouver’s shore line has not seen the sun in weeks!
Landscape shot of the city
Sun setting behind Vancouver Island. The ships in the Straight of Georgia have been sounding their fog horns non-stop!
19 image Pano Stitch—Keep Scrolling to the right on the picture to see the whole Pano. Or click the image to enlarge it.Tags: autopano, bridge, British Columbia, city, fog, fogcouver, fogtober, Lighthouse Park, lions gate bridge, nikon 70-200 2.8, nikon d800, north shore, Ocean, panorama, photoshop cc, vancouver, Vancouver Island