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Old Apr 9, 2008, 5:24 PM   #1
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Forgotting to turn down the valve of the cloud production center, the hills behind my house, I let the clouds flood over thebay!

#1) Stitched 4HDRsin portrait format..
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Old Apr 9, 2008, 5:26 PM   #2
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#2) an earlier one!
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#2 is the winner, sir. The drama of the shot!

Very nice stitching, too...
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Oh Bahadir, you bad man... all those clouds let loose over the bay? did you have the sky police knocking on your door telling you off?

Seriously, both great photos. You are becoming more than an amateur on those "stitched HDR's"... soon to be pro and we'll be paying for you to post them here!! :-)

I like both photos (or should I say both compilations of photos!). My favourite perhaps is photo 1 due to my personal preference of the composition. It just "ends well" according to my eye. Photo 2 has more contrast, but leaves me slightly guessing what's wider...

Lovely work on the stitching. I'm wondering, did you use a polariser / filter? The middle section of the sky seems somewhat bluer/ darker (like a polariser effect) than the left / right.

thanks for sharing.

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Old Apr 10, 2008, 5:52 AM   #5
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brokenbokeh wrote:
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#2 is the winner, sir. The drama of the shot!

Very nice stitching, too...
Thank you foryour kind words of appreciationindicating your preference as well : )



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Oh Bahadir, you bad man... all those clouds let loose over the bay? did you have the sky police knocking on your door telling you off?

Seriously, both great photos. You are becoming more than an amateur on those "stitched HDR's"... soon to be pro and we'll be paying for you to post them here!! :-)

I like both photos (or should I say both compilations of photos!). My favourite perhaps is photo 1 due to my personal preference of the composition. It just "ends well" according to my eye. Photo 2 has more contrast, but leaves me slightly guessing what's wider...

Lovely work on the stitching. I'm wondering, did you use a polariser / filter? The middle section of the sky seems somewhat bluer/ darker (like a polariser effect) than the left / right.

thanks for sharing.
The greatestincentive for meis receivinggreat feedbacks such as yours, my friendActually, #1 (as with #2came out sopleasingly detailed that you feel like roaming along the scene when enlarged @ %100!

Meanwhile, I should say I appreciate your observation skill, since there was the polariser filter on the lens, which I avoid using for the scenes requiring relatively longer shutter speeds ( regardinga possiblehandshake issue!!)while shooting for HDR!

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I second brokenbokeh's comments! I love it when a photo loads and it really moves you, this is one of those kinds of photos! Excellent work sir!

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Old Apr 10, 2008, 6:07 PM   #7
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I second brokenbokeh's comments! I love it when a photo loads and it really moves you, this is one of those kinds of photos! Excellent work sir!

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Thank you my friend! I feeldoubly rewarded readingthe kind of sentiment you generouslyrevealed : )
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Old Apr 11, 2008, 12:24 PM   #8
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Excellent bahadir, I really love that sky, excellent exposure.
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Excellent bahadir, I really love that sky, excellent exposure.
Thank you for the kind expertize, Sir Alex
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Excellent my friend, the 2nd takes the prize for me, great stitch also
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