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Old Mar 27, 2007, 7:10 PM   #11
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Dear comrades, thanks for yourkind feedbacks encouraging me for the next!


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...&what a better way to spend your skywatching time!!
I did not stitch my chalice this time : )

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Old Mar 27, 2007, 7:36 PM   #12
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Totally awesome cloudscape.......

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Old Mar 27, 2007, 7:53 PM   #13
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Totally awesome cloudscape.......
Ah, like your 'Kansas Cloudscape' ; )

Thanks for your appreciation, Mandy!
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Old Mar 30, 2007, 8:51 AM   #14
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Hi Bahadir,

You know that if you are going stare at the sky while sipping on the juice of the grapes preserving that moment is the perfect thing to do!!! :G

Sorry about that. i hope that I did not upset you. I did not mean any offense in the great shot that you posted. Again I apologize.


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Old Mar 30, 2007, 2:59 PM   #15
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But you that I can Not leave a picture alone without playing with it, So here is what I came up with for your Great Shot of the sky... Without the wine to help.... LOL!!!
Very well, Rudy! Personally, I wouldn't take an uninspiring image for editing (unlessI am asked to...)Assuming the same should be true for you, Iam happy to see your punchy version here

As a matter of fact,I also like the idea ofbeing able togatherhowpeople would like to see an image I findworthy of being displayed...But the point is:To what extend we arecapablein reflecting our preferences...Even if we are totake therequired skill for granted, then, how far one shouldventure withoutleaving the job either unfinished oroverdone??

Anyway, thank you for your kind interest and trouble for the edit...Well, you mightas well try it with wine next time : )
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Hi Bahadir,

I would not call your shot uninspiring. It is a great shot to say the least! I do again apologize for editing your shot. I will stop any futher edits to your pictures or any other persons. Even if I am asked too.

Again I apologize. There will be No further intrusions in the landscape forums from myself Nor will I be posting anything.

Thank you for Pointing out my Rudness. I shall withdraw now.

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Old Mar 31, 2007, 4:11 AM   #17
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Come on Rudy! that's completely absurd!! How come my words offendedyouin such a way:angry:

I really really enjoyed seeing yourversion and got it as a kind compliment from you, because I also do edits myself on the images which I find inspiring...It's just that I wanted to share my general ideas and difficultiesthat concernus (who loves photography), and intended to hear further about thismatter. After all, I have received wonderful feedbacks from you so far...In short,your stopping posting would somehow would make my posts meaningless too!!


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I've tried panoramas with some trial versions of software, but it never works quite right for me.

What do you use, Bahadir?


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Old Apr 1, 2007, 1:02 AM   #19
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Thanks for your appreciation, Barbarian.

I almost always use Photochop CS ( version8 )for stitching.
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fantastic shot! that sky is amazing, very impressive Bahadir!!
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