Vancouver Coal Harbour Panorama Shot with the Fuji X100s

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As always, click to view large!

Vancouver, BC, Canada is a wonderful place to live when you are a photographer.  Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, it offers an unlimited number of vantage points to shoot through the blue hour.

This is Coal Harbour, where Harbour Air is located.  This panorama was made from 5 frames shot with my Fuji X100s, and stitched in Photoshop (click HERE to see my tutorial on stitching panoramas).

When I shot this there was a gentleman shooting beside me who was loaded for bear:  A full backpack of camera bodies and lenses, a tripod that could support a car, etc.  It felt liberating to shoot this image with a tiny rangefinder, a small travel tripod, and a little Photoshop love at home.

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