another panoramic - horizontal log bridge

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  1. thebeginning

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    this one i must say was much harder to 'stitch'. But as long as you dont look too closely at full size, you shouldnt see to many mess ups :). I think this one was 7 images.

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    black and white:

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    thanks for looking and commenting!
     
  2. Lanrod

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    I'm enjoying the B&W one much more than color.....just think the greens are a little too satuarated for my eyes.

    nice image.

    J.
    http://www.jasonlandry.com
     
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    very very cool! like them both, and the green looks good to me!
     
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    Great work. 7 picks??? holy moly. You do an amazing job at this stitchin stuff. Very well done!!
     
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    pah-leese... i cant sew on a button, i hot glue...

    great job... and i agree with raymond, i love the green AND the black and white...
    very cool idea....good job, i think...

    (but remember, i cant sew...i use a stapler..!!)
     
  6. thebeginning

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    thanks everyone!

    lanrod, i can see what you mean about the greens. it does seem to have a few too many greens and not quite enough reds, although it might just be overly-warm altogether. If you have more to critique, i'd love to hear it, give me the word and i'll post it in the critique section.
     
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    I prefer the colour version :) but there the colours fallout if visible. Almost in the centre (and about 1 cm on right). black and white is a bit boring here but colour is neat. I love panos!
     
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    Well, I like the bright, over-the-top green. It's warm, friendly, inviting. I think the B&W loses that.
     
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    Is this in Houston? Where did you take this? I love it.
     
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    I love the b/w.. it's awesome.. love the tones and the light... great job :thumbsup:
     
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    wow, those are awesome man. I think I like the B/W version better becuase of how the border of the image is darker, and the middle is brighter... gives it a cool feel. Nice stuff :)
     

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