Daylight Pano of Medieval Town and River

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  1. Alex_B

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    So "we did not like the night version"? Says who?
    Anyhow, for some reason, after I have studied the night version yet AGAIN, I am glad the sun came back up and I can see the whole panorama in daylight :D. I recognise more this way :D. AND it is greener! :D :D :D
     
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    What a beautiful pano, Alex. And here we get to see how the castle goes on and on and on....

    This one touches a chord for me, as it is a 'typical' view from the area of Germany where I have relatives.
     
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    Thanks :) Yes, it is rather green.

    I also have the same with a strong polariser used, not sure if it is possible to stitch as the polariser effect of course strongly depends on the angle to the sun. and this angle varies from frame to frame. Of course the sky looks much better defined with a polariser.
     
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    Very nice Alex.....where????
     
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    Burghausen at the German/Austrian border. Actually the image is taken standing on the Austrian side.
     
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    wow, what a lovely place. I like both of your shot of this castle.
     
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    Thanks :)
     
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    When I saw the thread Daylight pano and it was by Alex I thought this will be good. I was not disappointed. Your work is superb.:hail:
     
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    Ooh, your panos continue to impress me! :thumbup:

    *trots off to check out this ever-so-famous night version*
     
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    Thanks DeadEye and Emma! :)

    this is in fact only the 3rd large pano I ever posted on here ...
     
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    Such a vast and sweeping panoramic image. Very nice work indeed!
     

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