sunset pano (edited to add revised pic)

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  1. photobug

    photobug TPF Noob!

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    Five shots from the shoot last night stitched into this pano. Still needs work, but I think it'll turn out ok in the end. I have 2 other sets that I need to play with as well. Should get something worth printing out of the three. ;)

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    Should have added this edited pic here for comparison instead of waaaaaayyy down there...

    Okay, I finally got around to reading part of the CS book I bought weeks ago and figured out how to make a better pano.

    This is the first effort. I cleaned it up some, adjusted the color balance between sections, and evened it out from left-to-right a bit.

    What'cha think? Better?

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    Jim, that's gorgeous.
     
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    The colors are just breathtaking.
     
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    You did it again, Jim. I love those colors and this picture works well as a pano. Good work!
     
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    Great shot! Beautiful!
     
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    Really nice work Jim.....as always!
     
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    nice work... try the Panorama Factory... it'll save you most of your time sticking phtos toghether and borders between two pics won't be visible
     
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    Thanks all for the great comments. :)

    This is a strange pic. What looks like very visible seams aren't. It's the way the light was interacting with the water. You can see the same thing in the single frames I posted initially.

    This one almost looks like 2 different pics- a definite left & right half, but it's how it really looked. Strange. :)
     
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    Beautiful colours!My photo teacher hates sunsets, but I think them great!
    That one is very good!
     
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    ***edit to move pic up to the first post for comparison purposes***
     
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    the second is deffinetly better. can't see the connections but the colors are too saturated
     

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