BW Panorama - Photography Contest [12 entries]

Brighton Pier Picture

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Contest goal:

Enter a panorama photo which has the minimal dimensions of 1 x 5 (1 width versus 5 high or 1 high versus 5 width). You can create this panorama out of multiple photos or use a special setting on your camera.
The subject of your entry is free.

1 Catch: your entry needs to be in black & white

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Brighton Pier - created by Heathcliffe

Brighton Pier
Favs: 0SBS: n/aHi-resRank: 1/12Score: 60.4% (35)1100 views
  • Camera: Canon
  • Camera model: Canon EOS 550D
  • Exposure time: 1/160
  • Aperture: f/11.0
  • ISO: 100

(1 year and 53 days ago)

The Tiber - created by Heathcliffe

The Tiber
Favs: 0SBS: n/aHi-resRank: 2/12Score: 59.7% (30)1482 views
  • Camera: Canon
  • Camera model: Canon EOS 6D
  • Exposure time: 1/250
  • Aperture: f/11.0
  • ISO: 400

(1 year and 57 days ago)

Marina - created by Zizounai

Favs: 0SBS: n/aHi-resRank: 3/12Score: 59.1% (25)1280 views
  • Camera model: NIKON D5200
  • Exposure time: 10/1600
  • Aperture: f/6.3
  • ISO: 320

(1 year and 55 days ago)

Ancient Greek Theatre - created by Heathcliffe

Ancient Greek Theatre
Favs: 0SBS: n/aHi-resRank: 4/12Score: 56.8% (20)1240 views
  • Camera: Apple
  • Camera model: iPhone 7 Plus
  • Exposure time: 1/3000
  • Aperture: f/1.8
  • ISO: 20

The ancient theatre (the teatro greco, or "Greek theatre") is built for the most part of brick, and is therefore probably of Roman date, though the plan and arrangement are in accordance with those of Greek, rather than Roman, theatres; whence it is supposed that the present structure was rebuilt upon the foundations of an older theatre of the Greek period. With a diameter of 120 metres (390 ft) (after an expansion in the 2nd century), this theatre is the second largest of its kind in Sicily (after that of Syracuse); it is frequently used for operatic and theatrical performances and for concerts. The greater part of the original seats have disappeared, but the wall which surrounded the whole cavea is preserved, and the proscenium with the back wall of the scena and its appendages, of which only traces remain in most ancient theatres, are here preserved in singular integrity, and contribute much to the picturesque effect, as well as to the interest, of the ruin. From the fragments of architectural decorations still extant we learn that it was of the Corinthian order, and richly ornamented. Some portions of a temple are also visible, converted into the church of San Pancrazio, but the edifice is of small size. (1 year and 57 days ago)

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Roosting Sandhill Cranes - created by joesaladino

Roosting Sandhill Cranes
Favs: 0SBS: n/aHi-resRank: 5/12Score: 56% (15)3871 views
  • Camera model: NIKON D7100
  • Exposure time: 1/1000
  • Aperture: f/8.0
  • ISO: 1600

Sandhill cranes gathering at sunset in Myakka Lake to roost for the night. (1 year and 58 days ago)