PANORAMIC VIEW

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by NikonD40x@Denver, Aug 9, 2007.

  1. NikonD40x@Denver

    NikonD40x@Denver TPF Noob!

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    WHATS YOUR THOUGHTS, These are two photos

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    Or is This Better, I added another photo to the left side

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    Doesnt really work too well because the shadow area is too big and too dark...it dominates and this is unfortunate because there is something in it, but we can´t understand what.
    We can guess it´s probably houses, but there are only a few points of light...to me this is distracting. The sillhouette of the trees almost works, but is a bit small...maybe would have been more effective had they been bigger or a bigger part of the picture.
    Nice sky, but also a bit dark...this would not have been better with more exposure...colors would start to wash out.

    My suggestion is to try something like this again when there is a bit more light around...or get a car to drive through the foreground (if there is a road there), or try a different angle...closer to the houses or trees...get more sky in. The result could be a better balance.
    One should always check several possible angles.
     
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    That's some suggestions, My first shot so I feel good. The lights in the pic, if you can zoom on that pic you can see someone standing in in their front door look out... pretty cool
     

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