A couple Spokane river shots. 6 Shot Panoramic. C&C welcome

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  1. Sachphotography

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    1. A compilation of 6 shots to from one Panoramic image.
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    A 30 Sec exposure.
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    #1 kinda pink on the left, interesting photo. #2 is pretty generic, that said it is nice.
     
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    the sky in # 1 doesn't look quite right... has an odd hue to it. was this taken at sunrise or something? really kinda cries out for HDR processing to bring out some detail in the shadows... #2 is kind of interesting in a purely abstract way. hard to tell what it is, if you're not familiar with slow-shutter effects. there's really no good central point of interest in either one.
     
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    Yeah I Just noticed the sky too.... Im not sure whats up with that. In photoshop it does not look like that..... IDK
     
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    Nice setting :) It would have been interesting to see more pics of the "row of stones" in the first pic? Like.. standing almost head on, framing them to one side like a queue of folk 'waiting in line' in the middle of the river?..

    I do like the second picture for the sheer 'softness' of it.
     

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