Tianshu Huang

Photography

I enjoy creating ludicrously large panoramas by taking many pictures and assembling them in Photoshop. For the largest panoramas, I use a 70-300mm lens, and take each image at maximum zoom. Using this technique, I've been able to take panoramas up to 56,000 pixels wide with file sizes over 600MB.

With such a high resolution, images have interesting details at the micro and macro level. See if you can find where these detail patches came from!

Full size images are available on request. All images CC BY-NC 4.0.

Panoramas

Ridge at Far Noon Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico
  • 16307 x 3888 (107.7MB)
  • f/10 | 1/320s | ISO-400 | 110mm
Pueblo Peak at Late Noon Arroyo Seco, New Mexico
  • 30000 x 5336 (224MB)
  • f/5.6 | 1/320s | ISO-100 | 70mm
Pueblo Peak at Night Arroyo Seco, New Mexico
  • 19097 x 4012 (92.6MB)
  • f/6.3 | 15s | ISO-3200 | 70mm
Sunset by the Rio Grande Arroyo Seco, New Mexico
  • 18817 x 3578 (77.2MB)
  • f/6.3 | 1/200 | ISO-160 | 300mm
Sunrise Over Enchanted Rock Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, Texas
  • 31681 x 3463 (313MB)
  • f/6.3 | 1/80s | ISO-100 | 24mm
Marsh in Coyote Hills (East) Coyote Hills Regional Park, Fremont, CA
  • 36651 x 3825 (401MB)
  • f/7.1 | 1/800s | ISO-200 | 70mm
Marsh in Coyote Hills (North) Coyote Hills Regional Park, Fremont, CA
  • 56554 x 3743 (605MB)
  • f/7.1 | 1/800s | ISO-200 | 85mm
View of San Francisco Coyote Hills Regional Park, Fremont, CA
  • 22715 x 2723 (67.8MB)
  • f/6.3 | 1/2000s | ISO-250 | 300mm

Non-panoramic Photos