People take a lot of panorama sights because ‘the scenery is so beautiful’. But often, looking back at them, they turn out to be somewhat dull. The challenge is to take a picture that brings a story. The panorama on this page provides a very clear picture of northwest Montenegro, which used to be a part of former Yugoslavia.
On the right you see the town of Kotor, a UNESCO world heritage site and a classic stop-over for cruise ships, as you can notice two ships in the fjord. On your left, there’s the Adriatic Sea. On land, you can spot the landing strip of Tivat Airport, which you can fly into directly from Brussels.
In earlier days, taking a panorama picture was the privilege of professional photographers. Today, we can all do it with both our smart phones or the more recent digital cameras. You just pan your device from left to right or vice versa, until you achieve the desired image. And one should also try panning from top to bottom – holding the camera vertically – for images that otherwise would not fit into the picture. Do pay attention to the presence of people as they tend to be distorted with panorama sweeps. Another important point concerns the lighting: when panning from light to dark or vice versa, the initial diaphragm sets the tone, often leading to over/under exposure. But this should not stop you! Just keep practicing …
More info on www.visit-montenegro.com, http://www.discover-montenegro.com/en/category/tourism and http://www.montenegrina.net/pages/pages_e/home.htm