— another 9-stitch pano of Pasay City + Manila City + Manila Bay sunset taken with my android phone and the #googlecamera app. And oh! Yes, THAT is the moon and it aint photoshopped! ;)
— I am loving this app! However, i think it would be better if i had the #mefoto #sidekick360 tripod mount for mobile phones to help me with my lems nodal/parallax point. Panoramas are so useful in covering a wider area than what your lens could handle. Especially that i dont own an UWA yet. Plus, I think even the widest UWA available wouldnt be able to capture a vast expanse that your natural field of view could see. That’s why even UWA users still do the pano method once in a while.
A kalesa or calesa (sometimes called a caritela/karitela) is a horse drawn calash (carriage) used in the Philippines. The word, also spelled calesa, predates the Spanish conquest and descends ultimately from an Old Church Slavonic word meaning “wheels.” This was one of the modes of transportation introduced in the Philippines in the 18th century by the Spaniards that only nobles and high-ranked officials could afford. They are rarely used in the streets nowadays except in tourist spots and some rural areas. The calesa driver is commonly called as “Cochero” or “Kutsero”. When “Cochero” direct the horse to turn right he says “mano” and he says “silla” to direct the horse to turn left .