Perissa is a village located on the south-east coast of Santorini. It is famous by its long black beach. The beach of Perissa consists of volcanic black sand that is very attractive although it is very hot under the sun.
Black Beach In Perissa
You may get to this black beach taking a bus in Fira. The road will take about 30 minutes and cost about 2 euro/person.
One of the side of Perissa beach is blocked with the mountain of Mesa-Vouno that creates a nice view.
Black Beach And Mesa Vouno Mountain
The coast of Perissa is full of restaurants. Another noticeable object is the Church-of-Timiou-Stavrou that is one of the largest churches on Santorini island. The original church was built in 1840 but then was destroyed by the earthquake of 1956 and then was rebuilt.
Once I was posting an HDR panorama of the sunset over Sagres that I made manually because I didn’t have an ability to merge HDR photos (they had different view angle). Now, after discovering the nice feature of photo merging in PhotoShop, I’ve made the panorama. That still required some manual processing but I think this one is better than I was posting before.
Sunset At Mareta Beach In Sagres With Airline Tracks
That was a nice day and weather at Sagres. Here I’m posting a panorama photo of the Mareta beach with a view on its rocky part at that nice day. The original image was made of 6 separate images merged in PhotoShop.
Finally, I was able to merge images that I made being at Sagres. The trouble was in that I didn’t know how to merge many HDR images in a single panorama. Now I know how to do that.
My process was as following: I made HDR images from the bunches of images produced especially for this (3 images with different exposition) and then merged them together using Photoshop’s Photomerge function. So, I got 10 HDR images that had to be merged. Every of them had size of 58MB! So, resulting image had size of 2.7GB!