Wednesday, January 09, 2008

escolta


During it's golden days, Escolta was described as "a street with many fashionable shops and department stores that display every item of imported and Philippine origin."

See my previous posts: ordinary day at Escolta.


N.B. Sorry bout the photos... am trying to learn the photostitching technique

10 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

The bottom one looks OK. The top one looks like you moved.

I try to use a tripod when I can, take one picture, turn the camera on the tripod and take another and then stitch those together.

It usually works out for me that way.

I also like to take several pictures without a tripod and just turn my body like a tripod and see what I come up with that can be put together without using a stitching program. You can see this on my Flickr place.

Under dogs or pets. Look for my dog Autumn Eve, coming and going.

Abraham Lincoln

evlahos said...

Wonderful work. thanks for shared with us

Olivier said...

deux très beaux panoramiques, bravo

Two very beautiful panoramic, bravo

travelphilippines said...

i just cant imagine how fabulous escolta was. i wish i can go back to that moment i wanna experience the old and fabulous manila.

GMG said...

They look fine, even if the first has some funny structures...
Would love to get back to the Philippines!
Thanks for your comments at Blogtrotter, where the 150th post made its appearance...

Hey it's Amy Shipp said...

I think they both look great!

foodhuntress said...

Nice blog. One of the best I've seen. :)

pusa said...

@oldmanlincoln - yeah i moved wasnt sure how to do it at first, but am getting the hang of it,... btw saw your dog in flickr :)

@evlahos - thank you

@olivier - you're the reason why i tried this, i really liked the panoramic photos you've had :)

@travelthephilippines - same here, sometimes i imagine that i was walking around escolta during its golden days

@amy - thanks a lot, welcome to my blog :)

@foodhuntress - wow thanks, really appreciate it :)

Ming the Merciless said...

Brilliant. I have never done photostitching before. Will have to try it.

pao said...

are you using a software for the photostitching? nice shots, i like the first one. :) i hope you don't mind, i linked you up. :)

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