This unique panorama of Šibenik City from the St. John Fort was created with photos taken on several landing points in order to highlight perspective that in reality practically does not exist.
That kind of photographic experiment first time occurred to me at Raduč hill on the Murter island. As well on the highest Šibenik hill (115m) was impossible to look at the entire city and surrounding areas from one place.
So, I shoot it from two opposite walls of the fort: one that looks on the Adriatic Sea and greatest part of the Šibenik, and second that looking at suburb called Šubićevac.
Thanks to my retoushing skills but less than lot's of nevrs, finally we can see a panorama without antenna's, old walls and tall vegetation that obscured the reality and make the sad ones those who would like, but can not fly.
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