a junkyard

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  1. Raymond J Barlow

    Raymond J Barlow TPF Noob!

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    my first pano, hand held, and rotated., very cool how easy this is to do., a small farm near Acton Ontario.

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    I will post the larger version in the next post.

    thanks for looking!~
     
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  2. Raymond J Barlow

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    Looks good Raymond. You've got a little bit of an alignment issue right in the middle of the barn. I like the dramatic sky.
     
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    JonK I want MORE!!

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    Nice composition Raymond and kudos on the handholding :thumbup:
     
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    Nice shot Raymond, I like it! Looks like some good junk to me but that's just me, can't help it I was born close to a trailer park. Good work!
     
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    I like the positioning of the barn, great shot!
     
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    I like the pano version better, with perhaps a tighter crop on the right side of the image. Your subject matter really responds to the pano idea. You're in touch with your subject, and that's a great step forward in making the great image!

    www.jefferyraymond.com
     
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    Chiller Mental case

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    Nice work Raymond. I like this one. :thumbup:
     
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    scoob I have seen the writing on the wall

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    cool shot!!! i like it. :thumbup: i need to learn how to do panos
     
  10. Raymond J Barlow

    Raymond J Barlow TPF Noob!

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    they are both the same shot Jeff.. the second post is just a larger version.. scroll right!


    thanks everyone!

    Scoob.. its so easy in PS.. here is where I learned..

    http://www.adobe.com/education/digkids/tips/photoshop_cs/psdCS_panorama.html
     
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    AUG! I spent like 5 hours lining up and cloning and colorizing and moving and shading and you name it to line up a few pictures for a panoramic i did using ps7, and not but 2 days later did I get the upgrade to ps cs2 not knowing it had this feature, if only i knew! BLASTED TECHNOLOGY ADVANCES!
     

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