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Old Dec 22, 2013, 7:09 PM   #1
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After raining for 3 straight days, it was almost 60 degrees today in NE Ohio. We got a pretty sunset out of the deal too...


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Old Dec 23, 2013, 4:37 PM   #2
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Very nice shot, or shots, whatever it is it's nicely done
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Thanks! Strangely enough, I took both shots separately with not thought that it could be a vertical panorama...but the shots almost perfectly line up. Who wants to match the RAWs? haha
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Love the shots! I think your exposure values are way too off for pano software, at least I think photoshop alone would butcher it.

On the other hand, since the tree lines up so beautifully, I'd be tempted to bring both frames into photoshop, ask it to align the frames without merging to pano or anything else, and see what happens. Perhaps put a black border around both frames, so there's a small separation between the frames, much like there is here and much like if you were looking through two windows or something. You might get something artistic (or not). The two frames do call out for playing with, don't they?

Very nicely done - a beautiful sunset recorded in an interesting way, love it. Always love sunrises and sunsets.
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Love the shots! I think your exposure values are way too off for pano software, at least I think photoshop alone would butcher it.

On the other hand, since the tree lines up so beautifully, I'd be tempted to bring both frames into photoshop, ask it to align the frames without merging to pano or anything else, and see what happens. Perhaps put a black border around both frames, so there's a small separation between the frames, much like there is here and much like if you were looking through two windows or something. You might get something artistic (or not). The two frames do call out for playing with, don't they?

Very nicely done - a beautiful sunset recorded in an interesting way, love it. Always love sunrises and sunsets.
Alot of the exposure work was done in post. If I'm not mistaken they were taken with the same settings. On the back of the camera, the color looked like it does here but the raw file was very flat. I used post to darken the landscape and bring back the color in the sky that matched what I saw with my eyes, so there's a chance that the photos would respond to being worked together.
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