City Street and panoramic

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  1. duncanp

    duncanp TPF Noob!

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    a few pics i took recently:

    City Street:

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    my first panoramic attempt

    Night Panoramic, was a bit windy..:

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    All comments are welcome

    Thanks for looking

    duncanp
     
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    PlasticSpanner TPF Noob!

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    Yes I can see the shake from the wind in the night shot. I think you also need to crop some of the foreground out so the lit building is nearer the bottom of the frame and pan to the right a little to include all the building plus a little space beyond it.

    I like #1 though! A nice dynamic composition and the sole person walking between the empty tables makes an interesting subject!:thumbup:
     
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    duncanp TPF Noob!

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    thanks ill keep that in mind, i may try this shot again... its quite local
     
  4. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The first one is really good.
    I can tell this was NOT taken anywhere in Hertfordshire, too many Chinese signs for that and too much sunshine! :D

    Sooner or later also I will learn how to create panos.
    It must be possible!
    The effect is so interesting!
    I like the colour of sky you managed to get, along with the orange of the lights. Those two colours go so well together!
     

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