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Old Mar 10, 2007, 1:43 PM   #11
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Wery nice panobahadir.

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Old Mar 10, 2007, 3:46 PM   #12
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Wery nice panobahadir.
Thanksyour kindappreciation, Gisli!... And I expect your superb panos soon ; )
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Old Mar 12, 2007, 4:35 PM   #13
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Taking Alex's criticism into account I did another stitchwork but with 4 shots this time. I'd be pleased to know how it compares with the first one.
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Old Mar 13, 2007, 4:57 AM   #14
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hi bahadir, I like this shot my eyes are not drawn to one object, but make you look around the shot, excellent.
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Old Mar 14, 2007, 2:58 PM   #15
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Alex, I'm so glad to have managed to do sthmatching yourinsightful expertise
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Old Mar 15, 2007, 1:31 AM   #16
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Taking Alex's criticism into account I did another stitchwork but with 4 shots this time. I'd be pleased to know how it compares with the first one.
Bahadir this is much better no comparison, excellent.
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Old Mar 15, 2007, 2:20 AM   #17
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Good morning my friend!

It is a heavily partial cloudy Aegean morning here, which would allow very nice photographic opportunitiesin the afternoon.I wish I would have time:sad:

Thank you so much for letting me know your esteemed opinion : )
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Old Mar 15, 2007, 4:08 AM   #18
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Bahadir,

Your 1st stitchwork was a litle bit dark for me when the statue was included. It would not bother me if there has only been the landscape not the marble object. Alex's effort has been good for your shot, I have to say that I'm totally agree with his opinion. So there comes your 2nd stitchwork.
IMHO I like the panos achieved with subjects somewhat far from the ground you step. I mean I feel the distortion on the picture if I see very near. For example while the sky looks so natural the ground with stone pavement irritated me. If you look to Reanimator's New Gold Dawn pano you feel it's a panaroma but feel no distortion. ( Though the last part at the right side has obviously different light tones)

Anyway, I woud vote for the second one.

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I like your second submission - the wall seems to give better fluidity between the foreground and background - it seems to connect the two. The one of Homer is still good but i just like the second one more.
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Alex's effort has been good for your shot, I have to say that I'm totally agree with his opinion. So there comes your 2nd stitchwork.
Thanks for your appreciation Emre! As for Alex, he's certainly one of the royalshere you can really learn sth from : )
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I mean I feel the distortion on the picture if I see very near. For example while the sky looks so natural the ground with stone pavement irritated me.
He he he! the stone pavement would, perhaps, have doubly irritated you if youhad beenthere:blah:Just consider the Grosse Municipality and the contractor relations which is often the case Ah, I've always been toosimple mindedto understand the virtues of laissez faire ; )

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I like your second submission - the wall seems to give better fluidity between the foreground and background - it seems to connect the two.
Thank you for your influentialfeedback!!That wasexactly what I tried to achieve : )


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