Panorama and sunsets

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  1. Peacemaker636

    Peacemaker636 TPF Noob!

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    Panoramic view of Minneapolis from the Guthry Theater's Endless Bridge (bigger image here http://www.flickr.com/photo_zoom.gne?id=303274068&size=l)...

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    And some various sunsets (I know, the ground's underexposed)
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    Please give feedback! Also, if anyone can make the ground a little brighter I don't care if you repost the pics (I tried in Photoshop, albeit not very hard, but I couldn't get it to look right).
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Panoramas, mostly so when they are stitched together from various frames, always fascinate me, mostly so because I don't know how to create them myself.

    As to your sunset photos, I quite like the certainly not overdone variety in your last photo, a sunset as seen from inside, giving the cosy feeling of time-after-work, time-to-relax, time-to-let-the-night-come.

    I could try to brighten up the ground in 2 and 3 for you, though 2 doesn't really merit it, unless I were to crop it, too. The horizon is very centred...

    #3, also seen through the window and making use of the lead work in that window, is nice because of the frames inside the frame and I am not sure I'd really want the houses any brighter!?!?!?
     
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    Nice work on the pano.
     
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    Thanks, the #2 sunset (actually a sunrise) was taken with a mediocre camera (before I got one that was even decent), and you can of course tell. The sunrise looked really nice and I thought the framing would be cool, but unfortunately it didn't come out as great as I'd hoped.

    I was mainly referring to brightening #2, but, as I said, I tried to and it came out very noisy and over-exposed looking. I don't think #1 needs any touching-up, I think the tree's silhouettes look very nice. #3 could use a little, I think.

    And if you're interested, LaFoto, I could teach you how I made the panorama.
     

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