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    Looks good...not crazy about the Subject line, but overall quality is ok.
     
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    I think that effect is pretty cool. Looks kind of abstract, but not SO abstract that it's just a complete jumbled mess of nothingness!
     
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    pretty neat! i like the idea
     
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    I find it interesting that you've chosen to have the overlayed images to be additional, in terms of exposure...but I think that it hurts the overall image because it takes away from the viewer getting the big picture. A more 'in sync' exposure across the board might give us more of an impression of the room.
     
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    it was actually pitch dark when i took this photo. i used flash. i thought it would be easier if it was like that so i dont have to play with exposure too much.

    seems like a couple of you havnt seen this before. here; http://www.flickr.com/groups/panography/pool/
     
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    What software do you use to join them all?
     
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    Adobe Light Room 2 for basic PP.

    I used Photoshop CS3 to join them together with the transform tool and using 50% opacity for every photo.
     
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    ^^--this
     
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    It looks like we shop at the same place. I have the tv, bar stools and bamboo! Ikea, much? : )
     
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    actually, no. lol. tv was futureshop, bar stool was damn.. umm.. xs cargo.. the bamboo, i have no idea.

    heres another one. i didnt wanna make a new thread.

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    http://imbty.files.wordpress.com/2008/11/lawn-pano-jpeg.jpg - here is the bigger res. click here for more details like the plane. that was perfect timing imo.
     
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    I think the idea is great but the subject matter bores me. But that's me and only me. But I think it's great otherwise.
     

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