Architectural photo featuring vault and organ at Norwich Cathedral, Norfolk, UK. This photo is actually a crop of a larger vertorama. One of the interesting things about creating a vertorama is that is creates dramatic sweeps and bends in the architecture that gives buildings an almost organic feel. Most photographers appreciate rectilinear images and vertical verticals 😉 but sometimes it's good to experiment and create images without restriction. What I find interesting about cropping from a vertorama is that you can gain unique perspectives that you wouldn't normally achieve from other lens.
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