Since acquiring my DSLR 2 years ago, I’ve pushed myself to work in Manual mode almost exclusively, however, there are times that you find modes like AV (Aperture Value) have their benefits – creating panoramics is one such case, ensuring even exposure especially when there is a big difference in light.  I took the individual images for these panoramics on 8th Sept 2012, at Ivinghoe Beacon, a viewpoint on the Chiltern Hills, and stitched them together in Photoshop Elements 9.  All are available to buy on Redbubble.

All images Copyright Dale Rockell Photography

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