Winter trees from my back deck

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  1. outlier

    outlier TPF Noob!

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    Here are two shots from my back deck. One was overcast on the day it snowed. The second is my first ever attempt at a panorama. It is composed of six shots in portrait from a tripod and stitched in PS CS2

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    C & C is most welcome. I'm trying to get better.
     
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    Wow, that first panorama of yours tells me I should try to do that one day, too. I like it. Also the sun came out for your pano, which gives it all a bit more colours. Nice!

    We had three days of winter here, too (until yesterday), but never do we get those amounts of snow!
     
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    Nice shots,,,the weather in Calgary has been just right this week, the combination of hoar,frost,and a light skiff of snow is making for some picture postcard tree images.
     
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    Thanks for the comments Lafoto!

    I was shocked at how easy the panorama was to do. I'm still new at it and it has lots of problems, some of which I reduced with cropping, but overall I was pleased with how simple the software is for putting this together. Note the first photo used a bit of desaturation. The overcast sky gave the scene a solemn air anyway so I just went with it and got rid of the tiny bit of color that was showing.
     

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