Two Panoramas

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  1. John E.

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  2. snownow

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    I really like the first one, nice find, nice capture.
     
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    I really like both of them, though there is a bit of noise in the 2nd sky. The compositions are spot on, and the color in the first one is fantastic. I wish you had posted larger images though, I'd like to see more detail. Nice pics!
     
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    Love that first one .... I seen a few skies like this ... but never caught on yet ...
     
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    John... you know I love panos... those are amazing.
     
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    Polarizer sent on max? Wonderful clouds and colours in the first. The second doesn't do it for me though. Just not my thing.
     
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    Hey John, it is the first one for me too...Beautiful composition... and spot on exposure :thumbsup:
     
  8. John E.

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    Thanks every one.

    Ferny, did have the polorizer to max, can't help myself as I love dark blue skys plus it really helps to give detail in the clouds.

    Was not sure about the 2nd one, at times I have tastes that totally deviate from the norm or abnormal for that matter:)

    Cheers all.
     
  9. Scurra

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    I agree Cruzin (John).. I'm one for deep blue skies as well, I always have a polarizer handy. I like both but the first one a little more, the cloud formation is great, maybe thats what does it for me.
     

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