I need your advice !!!

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  1. Instant-MAJ

    Instant-MAJ TPF Noob!

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    I need your advice ;) ; I don’t know if the panoramic is nice or not ! I don’t know if I will leave this panoramic on my website (www.Instant-MAJ.com)!?

    In fact, in one side I am happy because the landscape is breathtaking and the other side, the sun is perhaps too present in this photograph?!!!

    What do you think about?

    Thanks for your constructive comments!

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    the flare is a little distracting, and that black triangle in the upper right piques my curiosity - were you in a car?
    also, what is that structure in the water?
    the scene is very nice, your exposure is pretty good. but i might have tried a different angle or two myself.
     
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    I think if I had been there as well, my ND grad would be on the front of my lens. The sun is fine, but for me, the foreground is a touch to dark. So balancing out the exposure of the fore and background would do wonders to this shot.

    Compositionaly, it's a wonderfull shot. Cracking pano :)
     
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    Thanks for your comments guys! It was quite difficult too have all "ingredients" for a good picture! And to time to wait or to find the best position for an "optimal" shoot! ;)
     

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