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first go at panorama et al - let me have it!

 
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Jun 14, 2010 03:29 |  #1

Recenty west of Sydney, too a few pano shots (stitched) and a couple of others. Love ot get your feedback

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and some others close by...

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Does this one 'tell' the story of logging?? (and yes it IS close by)
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Jun 14, 2010 03:59 |  #2

1) The man standing on the left-hand side really makes the shot more interesting, IMO. Without him, the shot would be a little boring.

2) Technically very well done, but I would have liked to have seen a bit more of the landscape and less of the sky. There's a rock on the left which looks like the ones from Avatar, I want to see all the way down :) By the way, you might want to try holding the camera in the vertical (portrait) orientation when you do panoramas as you'll get more in.

3) This looks a little soft and a little washed out. The softness could be due to the long exposure and the plants moving, perhaps. The photo seems to lack contrast and vibrancy.

4) No offence but this one is a little dull, to me. It's a very well taken shot of a not-very-interesting scene. You did an excellent job of nailing the exposure but there's just nothing compelling to look at.

5) Similar to above. Not sure what you were trying to achieve with the composition here. It might have benefited from a wider lens, but the trees growing out of the bottom of the photo are irksome.. I'd rather see where they were growing from.

6) This is a photo of some logs.


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Jun 14, 2010 06:31 |  #3

Thanks for the feedback

1. The man initialy got into the shot as I was taking the exposures. Decided to keep him in :-)
2. Actually, my camera was vertical! Unfortunately, looking any further down required me to move closer to the 100 m drop precipice - I was already close to the edge :eek:

3. Will try brighten it up a bit - stay tuned

6. :oops: Just logs heh - gues my composiion didnt quite get there :lol:


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Jun 16, 2010 00:39 |  #4

#1 - The human scale really gives a good impression of the vastness of the country.
On the right hand side, maybe crop 20% of the black cliff.


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Jun 16, 2010 02:31 |  #5

better?

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Jun 16, 2010 10:28 |  #6

JoYork wrote in post #10357745 (external link)
1) The man standing on the left-hand side really makes the shot more interesting, IMO. Without him, the shot would be a little boring.

I agree, this shot is great but without the man standing, it could be like any post card you could have bought.

You know, I know photo 6 is a picture of some logs, but I like the colour and focus in this shot.

Great work!




  
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Jun 16, 2010 11:49 as a reply to  @ pelooyen's post |  #7

That is a bigger crop than I proposed. It needs some of the cliff to balance the pic left to right.


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