Uluru and Kata Tjuta Panoramas

A couple of weeks ago we were lucky enough to visit Uluru and Kata Tjuta in Central Australia.  I took a lot of photos as usual and most I am still fiddling with.   Below though are three panorama shots which I had printed off to 1 meter long shots for framing.  I’m pretty happy with them.

Here’s a bit of technical stuff for those who may be interested.   I use a Canon 30D and these photos were taken with a Tamron 18-250 zoom lens.  Each photo consists of around 8-12 separate images stitched together in Photoshop Elements.  I had to remove a few spots in the sky caused by some dust on the sensor and made some minor adjustments in the levels but other than that what you see is how it looked to me on the day.  The shots have been resized for web display.  You can click on the image to open a larger view.

 
 Uluru Sunrise
 
Valley of the Winds – Kata Tjuta
 
Kata Tjuta Sunset
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Uluru and Kata Tjuta Panoramas

A couple of weeks ago we were lucky enough to visit Uluru and Kata Tjuta in Central Australia.  I took a lot of photos as usual and most I am still fiddling with.   Below though are three panorama shots which I had printed off to 1 meter long shots for framing.  I’m pretty happy with them.

Here’s a bit of technical stuff for those who may be interested.   I use a Canon 30D and these photos were taken with a Tamron 18-250 zoom lens.  Each photo consists of around 8-12 separate images stitched together in Photoshop Elements.  I had to remove a few spots in the sky caused by some dust on the sensor and made some minor adjustments in the levels but other than that what you see is how it looked to me on the day.  The shots have been resized for web display.  You can click on the image to open a larger view.

 
 Uluru Sunrise
 
Valley of the Winds – Kata Tjuta
 
Kata Tjuta Sunset

Kata Tjuta

These were all taken in March 2005 of Kata Tjuta also known as the Olgas. Lying 30 kilometers from Uluru they consist of more than 30 rounded domes, the highest being Mt Olga at 536 meters.






Kata Tjuta

These were all taken in March 2005 of Kata Tjuta also known as the Olgas. Lying 30 kilometers from Uluru they consist of more than 30 rounded domes, the highest being Mt Olga at 536 meters.






Kata Tjuta

These were all taken in March 2005 of Kata Tjuta also known as the Olgas. Lying 30 kilometers from Uluru they consist of more than 30 rounded domes, the highest being Mt Olga at 536 meters.