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  • E3 & 11 to 22

    Unfortunately I have had to work away from home this last week or so and have not been able to post this. It has been sat on the computer ready to put on my web site. So I though it was time to post it here.
    E3 & 11-22, 11mm Iso100, f9, 4 sec . 9 photo panno.


    Being a 9 photo stitch this is vastly low res compared to the original.
    I processed it using layer masks from different colour channels.
    Thanks for looking
    Steve Roughley
    www.SteveRoughleyPhotography.com

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    Re: E3 & 11 to 22

    Excellent shot(s) Steve, lovely time of day.
    Personally I would like to see a little more foreground especially on the RH side where it is very thin.
    Dave

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    • #3
      Re: E3 & 11 to 22

      I like that as it is it was well worth the effort IMO.
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      • #4
        Re: E3 & 11 to 22

        Excellent shot, but compositionally there is little happening on the rhs.

        I'd tend towards a crop roughly in line with the stone spit on the rhs. That way you'd place the lights of the village as a balance to the castle, emphasised by being on the edge of the frame.

        Of course, suggesting a crop to pano is a terrible thing, and I apologise.

        Nick
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        • #5
          Re: E3 & 11 to 22

          This is wonderfully executed and results in a super image.

          I agee with the other comments about the foreground but cropping a pano just seems plain wrong to me

          Hec
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          • #6
            Re: E3 & 11 to 22

            Thank you all for your comments.
            I think I did already crop some off the bottom.
            I will have a look at the original files again.

            Steve Roughley
            www.SteveRoughleyPhotography.com

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