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Old Aug 3, 2012, 10:14 AM   #1
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as you know i love my sunsets, and lately ive been experimenting with panoramic shots. this one here was taken using about 5 or 6 vertically shot portrait images sewn together with elements and denoised a little using topaz. one of my favourite shots to date and soon to be a canvas print on my office wall. not often you have the opertunity to photograph the sun and moon in one image, so i was quite happy that this pano shot worked out like it did. i hope you like it

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Old Aug 3, 2012, 4:06 PM   #2
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I've wondered whether a vertical panorama would work. Thanks. Nice shots. Is that the moon in right hand sky?
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thanks pboerger, moon far left sky. was just coming up as the sun went down. works better than landscape in my opinion, gives the picture more height so it doesnt look so narrow if you try to cram a lot of landscape in. give it a go and link me to your shot when you do. i'd like to see what you think of it
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Different. Should look good on your wall.

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Old Aug 4, 2012, 9:32 AM   #5
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Awesome shot! The colors are stunning. The moon on the far left, sun on the right, and looks like two people in the center of the photo; all makes for an absolutely beautiful photo!
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Well done, enjoyed viewing.

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Great shot John! Well captured.
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Really amazing shot, but I see a series of dark vertical shadows all the way across it. It could be my screen.....
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thanks for the comments everyone, i see them shadows too saly, not sure what they are but theyre only on the reduced image. the full sized version doesnt seem to have them. maybe the program i use to shrink them to size had a weirdy on me!
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