The original version of this post, on December 4th, included only photos from the phone, and small ones, at that.
I won’t repeat all the photos, but I will do a mix of both phone photos and Nikon D7000 photos. I should note the lens I used most often was the 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6. The resolution of the D7000 makes the use of this lens iffy. In contrast to the 70-200mm f/2.8, the 18-200mm will not have the same sharpness. Still, it’s more versatile than carrying multiple lenses with me.
First up, a (Nikon) panorama of the view from our balcony at the front of the ship. Clicking on the photo will give you a version twice as large.
Clicking HERE will give you a version 20 times as large (9MB – depending on your internet connection, it might load a tad slow). However, you can then click on the photo to zoom in and out of various parts of the photo, or use the sliders to navigate the image.
Not counting the Royal Princess, the cruise ship we were on, there are four other cruise ships in that photo.
This next panorama is composed of 14 shots taken from the side of the ship. Here’s the small version (you can click for the twice as large size).
Clicking HERE will give you a version 20 times as large (15MB – depending on your internet connection, it might load a tad slow). Again, you can then click on the photo to zoom in and out of various parts of the photo, or use the sliders to navigate the image.
Here’s a small portion of that photo for them who don’t have the patience to load the large one.
You can also go to the SmugMug gallery HERE to see all the photos at full scale.
Here’s a few more Nikon shots . . .
In that last shot, we were underway, heading out into the Atlantic.
These next shots are all from the Samsung Note II, and processed in Lightroom and onOne’s Perfect Effects.
Remember, you can click on these for a slightly larger version (originals in SmugMug).
The ship has an adult-only area. There were very few kids on this cruise (we saw maybe ten out of the 2,900 or so passengers in the fide-days portion of our cruise).
Here’s a couple of more shots of the decorations in The Piazza.
I did not take that many shots of the inside of the ship. Something I will remedy if we go on future cruises.
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