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Old Mar 22, 2012, 10:19 AM   #1
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Hi gang! Been away for a while! Hey, here is my second attempt to making a panorama. I took four portrait-size photos and stitched them together in PSE10. I see a slight magenta, that could be reduced. Otherwise, hope you like it. Yes, there is still snow on the ground here in Finland All the best. Ned

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Old Mar 22, 2012, 11:48 AM   #2
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Very nice Ned, I like it

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That's lovely Ned. The only thing, maybe, is that the lake on the right looks a lot more interesting than the tree/hut on the left and maybe warranted inclusion ? You'd know better though !

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Beautiful house, and a great panorama, nice work fella!
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Really appreciate the feedback... but if I may, here is the full panorama shot... I have been struggling with the composition...

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Really appreciate the feedback... but if I may, here is the full panorama shot... I have been struggling with the composition...

I like this panorama...the addition of the river really makes it, IMO.
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Thanks for the great and useful feedback, which is really appreciated. By the way, and for what it is worth, here is just a snapshot of the church... no pano.



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Beautiful.

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IMHo cropping off the hut on the left (so the church isn't centred) and including all of the river on the right improves the shot. But either way I like the pano !
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Removing the lake by cropping IMHO makes the composition better; the shadows in the foreground lead you directly to the church & you attention is held by the trees without wondering what lies beyond them!
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