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Old Mar 14, 2004, 2:26 PM   #11
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I always do that after a visit on the net. You may call it paranoia! :lol:
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Old Mar 14, 2004, 2:27 PM   #12
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lol!
or you were on a public pc....
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Old Mar 15, 2004, 6:59 AM   #13
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All three are great. You put a lot of work into #2.
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Old Mar 15, 2004, 7:22 AM   #14
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Excellent Klaus !

In reverse order :
3) A great , patient work : not that easy to stich 8 shots without being betrayed by geometrical lines. This bridge was really challenging ! Have you used a tripod ?
Wonderful panorama.
2) Another big challlenge that has needed a lot of PS skills ! Impressive.
1) No stiching technique. However my favourite ! Such a great idea ! Could be printed with honour in an issue of National Geographics, as far as I'm concerned.
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Old Mar 15, 2004, 8:44 AM   #15
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Photobyvito:
Cookies doesn't have to be your friend you know. Big brother is watching you. I would be surprised if a company somewhere is collecting all the cokies info the can get their hands on - about your and mine living on the net. Just think of spyware - anything else would be naive. But as I said - maybe I'm paranoid!!

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Thanks, you're right about #2.

Sergio.
1). Really not my idea. I saw a similar compositon, when I was in London. I did a similar shot just by cropping and then added my own shooting style and taste. Glad you like it.
2). Thanks, this shot took about one hour PS work to get satisfying. Not perfect though.
3). That was shot with my Nikon 70-200mm VR freehanded at 70mm. The lens is execellent and easy to work with. I will have an article on my website on this with the next update.

Thanks for taking time to comment.
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Old Mar 16, 2004, 4:45 PM   #16
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wow, great shots!!!
wonderfull detail
thanks for shareing
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Old Mar 16, 2004, 4:47 PM   #17
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lol, sorry, i had to try too
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Old Mar 17, 2004, 11:18 AM   #18
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Fantastic shots. Great work with the panoramas.

Where/what is that first shot? It looks like a fun place.
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Great shots Klaus, one can look at them for quite awhile,just to take in all the detail .
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Old Mar 20, 2004, 6:38 PM   #20
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Great work as always Klaus!

I love the parade ground one!
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