Afternoon on the Water

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  1. Verbal

    Verbal $100

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    Here are some shots I took this afternoon down by the water.

    This is my first attempt at stitching together three shots to make a panoramic, and DANG is it hard with a handheld!!!

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    I am a sucker for sunsets and the colors are vibrant in those. The pano looks a bit grainy/noisy for my taste, but I bet it was a great site to be seen.
     
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    Had to dig this up. Not sure why I didn't reply :scratch: Anyways, I like the sunsets. The the last one works best for me. Panos are hard...especially hand held! I can see where they were stitched together, but it's not bad. Remember, *manual mode* is your friend when you're shooting panos. I also try and keep my elbows close to my side so I don't shift the height. Good 1st try :thumbup:

    My fav out of all of them is #3. I really like it. I think it's a combination of the simplicity, and the compo. Maybe it's the angle of the bird, but I like that it has less space to fly into because it's flying away from you. Does that make sense? Nice series here Jon ;)
     
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    Thanks man
     
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    i like the way you can see the curvature of the earth in the pano! :mrgreen:

    the other shots are great jon! :sun:
     
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    I love the panoramics. My favorite is the geese in 2. I like the composition of it, the black and white and soft ripples in the water.
     

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