Alaskan Panoramic: 1 of 2

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by ir0n_ma1den, Jul 26, 2008.

  1. ir0n_ma1den

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    This is my first time doing a panoramic and it turned out pretty well. This was put together with 5 shots using CS3 via the auto merge function which did a good job. I took these without a tripod so I had to create layers in order to fill in fake sky which seems unnoticeable. If you want a larger version I'll be glad to give it to you.

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    Nice shot. I guess this was recently shot. I wish there was a little bit more snow on the mountain. I guess you can't have everything.

    Also, what really distracts me is the bank makes the whole picture seem crooked, something that can be easily fixed. It might actually be straight, but the bank offsets that look.

    Nice otherwise though

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    Very, very nice color and sharpness. I think it might be just a bit underexposed, and I would like to see more space above the mountaintops, because with the peaks touching or nearly touching the top border it feels kind of cramped.
     

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