The more often I take pictures of the Northern Lights, I tend to invent more challenging projects. Let me introduce you one of the most crazy panorama created with part of the autumn photoexpedition. We climbed for one and half hour up to my favorite peka over Sorvagen and I decided to make the shooting of Northern Lights special. I made a choice for 180° angle view. Actually, to snap such wide panormatic photo of night landscape along with frequently changing Northern Lights – that was a real blast.
Jan Šmíd is exclusively a landscape photographer with a special focus on panoramic photography, For his work, he uses modern photography methods like exposure bracketing, antireflex, focus bracketing, parallactic mount, etc. He has been organizing photography workshops for seven years; he organizes photo expeditions and runs an Individual Photography School.