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Old May 27, 2013, 4:43 PM   #1
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Shada mount. in Makhwah in Albaha region,Arabia


Mountains southern Riyadh Enterance,Arabia



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Old May 28, 2013, 4:25 PM   #2
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G'day mate

I think that you've done well with these 2 panos - they look very good
I am particularly drawn to the colours of #2 - you have captured the look and visual appeal of the "golden hour"

Image #1 has a very dramatic sky to enhance the drama of the mountains - so again you have done well

may I offer some cc-
When I am doing panos of this sort, after stitching the camera images I then clone out little bits of man-made things that might visually detract from the final image

In these images, for #1 I would invite you to clone out the radio? tower in the left-centre foreground and in #2, the black signboard in the front right-side

Congrats on 2 very fine photos
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Old May 28, 2013, 7:42 PM   #3
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G'day mate

I think that you've done well with these 2 panos - they look very good
I am particularly drawn to the colours of #2 - you have captured the look and visual appeal of the "golden hour"

Image #1 has a very dramatic sky to enhance the drama of the mountains - so again you have done well

may I offer some cc-
When I am doing panos of this sort, after stitching the camera images I then clone out little bits of man-made things that might visually detract from the final image

In these images, for #1 I would invite you to clone out the radio? tower in the left-centre foreground and in #2, the black signboard in the front right-side

Congrats on 2 very fine photos
Regards, Phil
THanks alot mate...
I really appreciate your golden advices..I thought that leaving the tower may give the viewer a background of the height of the mountains! but in the 2nd pic I focused on the mountains more...
I am really happy 4 your great advices...
thanks alot...

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