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Looking for improvement This is the e-group critique board. If you post a picture here it will be assumed that you are looking for comprehensive technical feedback - both good and bad, but always respectful. Only post pictures here if you can deal with potentially negative constructive criticism. Anyone is qualified to comment and post feedback, and everyone is encouraged to do so. NB: "Looking for Improvement" is the place to post any pictures you would like advice on improving, no matter how bad you might think they are.

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Old 6th August 2010
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E3 & 11 - 22 pano

I've not posted anything for a while, as sadly I don't get as much time to take photos at the moment.

Here is one from Castle stalker from one of the few nights when it was not raining. A 6 shot pano 18mm f9.





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Re: E3 & 11 - 22 pano

Spectacular and astonishing work, as always

That must have been a bit of a rush to get all the shots done before the light changed...

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Re: E3 & 11 - 22 pano

This is very well done, and would be good printed up.

I used to live about 5 minutes drive from Castle Stalker but never quite got this effect! (can't show them on here anyway, they were taken in my Canon days!)
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Re: E3 & 11 - 22 pano

Lovely shot Steve. It is a fascinating spot. Love the foreground.
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Re: E3 & 11 - 22 pano

Simply stunning.

Of all the excellent pictures I've seen (and been inspired by) since joining the forum, this is undoubtedly my favourite.
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Re: E3 & 11 - 22 pano

Fabulous shot, or rather 6 shots. It's inspired me to travel North again, next time with an Oly.
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Re: E3 & 11 - 22 pano

Beautiful sky a good example of the 11.22 in how it should be used thanks for posting JohnR
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Re: E3 & 11 - 22 pano

Sorry to hear you don't get much time for photography at the moment, with your talent that's a real shame. This kind of makes up for it, though, it's a fantastic picture!
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Re: E3 & 11 - 22 pano

So nice to see some of your excellent work again, very impressive.

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Re: E3 & 11 - 22 pano

Thank you all for you kind comments. I will be making a determined effort to get out more. Its just hard with family and work commitments.

I have some more photos I may post later , something different for me. Using the 11-22 for close ups, mainly because I left my 14-54 in the car lol...

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Re: E3 & 11 - 22 pano

Wow I was getting this ready to print out and noticed there's a big hole in the clouds at the middle top.
LOL. I mush have been

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Re: E3 & 11 - 22 pano

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Wow I was getting this ready to print out and noticed there's a big hole in the clouds at the middle top.
LOL. I mush have been

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Nah mate, it was the lens hood :-)
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Re: E3 & 11 - 22 pano

Great shot. Nothing to add that isn't better said by looking at it.

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