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Dec 01, 2008 22:32 |  #1

My panos! I'd love to hear some comments. Thanks!!

1: "Bridging the East River"

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3: "Lake Serene Panorama"
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Dec 01, 2008 22:38 |  #2

Not crazy about the last one, but the first 3 are some of the best panos ive seen in a while. Very nice! Thanks for sharing!


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Dec 01, 2008 22:50 |  #3

Very nice.




  
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Dec 02, 2008 00:09 |  #4

Thanks guys. Interesting you didn't like the fourth, damansidhu. That photo was my first flickr shot to ever make Explore, and to date pulled way more views than any of my others (1500+). The curvature was accidental, and came about when I has my tripod sitting on a rock!

They sure are fun to take :)


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Dec 02, 2008 00:18 |  #5

#2 Does it for me, like them all!


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Dec 02, 2008 00:38 |  #6

Nice shots, I like the first one the best. Are all these HDR panos?


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Dec 02, 2008 00:40 |  #7

Great shots! i really like the 1st and 2nd one!


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Dec 02, 2008 00:45 |  #8

1 and 2 are HDR, 3 and 4 are not.


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Dec 02, 2008 07:41 |  #9

randy.wick wrote in post #6795841 (external link)
Thanks guys. Interesting you didn't like the fourth, damansidhu. That photo was my first flickr shot to ever make Explore, and to date pulled way more views than any of my others (1500+). The curvature was accidental, and came about when I has my tripod sitting on a rock!

They sure are fun to take :)

I find the 4th one very plain compared to the others. It does not grab my attention to be honest. The others have great elements in it composition wise. I guess we all have different outlooks :)


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Dec 02, 2008 09:02 |  #10

damansidhu wrote in post #6797005 (external link)
I find the 4th one very plain compared to the others. It does not grab my attention to be honest. The others have great elements in it composition wise. I guess we all have different outlooks :)

I probably would tend to agree with you actually. The focal length is too wide for the city to really pop across the bay. I like the clouds in it but they are blown out on the left where the sun challenges from behind. It got so many views because one of the local blogs picked it up.

Thanks for your compliments on the others!!


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Dec 02, 2008 12:05 |  #11

randy.wick wrote in post #6797317 (external link)
I probably would tend to agree with you actually. The focal length is too wide for the city to really pop across the bay. I like the clouds in it but they are blown out on the left where the sun challenges from behind. It got so many views because one of the local blogs picked it up.

Thanks for your compliments on the others!!

Agreed! I will look fwd to your new posts :)


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Dec 02, 2008 15:33 |  #12

First 3 are excellent (No 2 my favourite). Last one doesnt do anything for me. Too much water/sky and little in between.


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Dec 02, 2008 16:07 |  #13

#1 totally does it for me. :D

did u process that with photomatix?


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Dec 02, 2008 17:19 |  #14

Great series of panos. I personally like # 1 because of the tones. It is outstanding. Well done on all.




  
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Dec 02, 2008 19:56 as a reply to  @ dadecountyanthony's post |  #15

#2 is sweet!!! Love the view and perspective.


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