Panoramas - can't decide which PP...

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  1. Bend The Light

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    Hi all,

    A noob to TPF. I have a panorama - I have done 2 PP's on it - which do people like better? Or, if you think I should change something, or try something different, what?

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    Thanks in advance.
     
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    The clouds in the second photo look more like they belong with the sun lit fields.
    I also like the fall colors more in the second photo.

    BTW: hello and welcome to the forum.
     
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    Thanks...it's interesting you should say that - in the second shot I did much more PP - I split the sky and the landscape and PP'd separately. The sky was actually much more like in the first PP - very dark above, light coming in from the left as the sun set...it was 9.13pm...

    Thanks for the welcome. :D
     
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    The second photo has much better tonal value and spread than the first. The sky is more dynamic and realistic. I much prefer the warmer tones in the second as well. Plus you cropped out the salt lick!
     
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    What is that to the right of the cows and about a 1/4 way up. It looks out of place and distracts me.
     
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    It's a bucket. And Doug is correct, in one version (2nd photo) I cropped it out as it was distracting. Seems photo #2 is becoming favourite, anyway, without the bucket. :D
     
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    I like the second better, the 1st gives me a zombie land type vibe, the second gives me a morning and relaxing beautiful vibe.
     
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    Zombie Land, huh? Sky too dark?

    I'm going to go and see my printer friend and see what No.2 looks like printed out...
     
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    If it were my photo I would hang both one above the another in my room, but my room is just a collection of pictures I have taken and printed on 4x6s. :p
     
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    I love the 2nd image reminds me of lancaster pa
     

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