Monday, May 14, 2012 by Keith

Keith Berr wins Two Epson International Photographic Pano Awards.

Bhutanese Dzong

Keith Berr wins Two Epson International Photographic Pano Awards. This is a great honor for Epson to have chosen two of my recent images.

These are panoramic photographs that were both created using some 60 different images that are digitally stripped together to form the final photograph.

Sometimes it’s just not possible to capture a large scene with an individual shot and the composition of images allows a seamless undistorted final product. The first award was in the Built Environment category and the image is of a Bhutanese Dzong and lone monk. The second image is the Nature category taken at Ghost Ranch outside of Santa Fe, New Mexico.

It’s a fabulous B&W with amazing tonal range.

Thanks Epson for recognizing a Cleveland guy in your International competition.

Ghost Ranch

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  1. Keith,

    Howdy! Keith, these images are just stunning. You just keep going up is all I can say. When God handed out talents He really gave you an eye.


    Comment by Mike Walder, — May 24, 2012 @8:33 am

  2. So good to hear from you Mike. I am indeed fortunate to have a career that allows me to
    do what I enjoy. I hope all is well with you and the family.
    Please give a hug to everyone from Linda and me.
    Thanks so much,

    Comment by Keith, — May 24, 2012 @9:52 am

  3. Congratulations! Beautiful work as always!

    Comment by Jeff Monter, — May 24, 2012 @1:40 pm

  4. Keith – I was at Ghost Ranch last Summer and got there so late in the day that I couldn’t make it up to your point of view. What an excellent photograph! I’ll send you a few from my session.



    Comment by Matt Greene, — May 24, 2012 @3:12 pm

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