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Posted By: thomasjmpark, 04-02-2009, 03:38 AM

Yep another pano!! or 2....

Dont know which one I prefer.


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04-02-2009, 12:25 PM   #2
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Well, I have the same problem, hard to chose, lucky I don't have to! Great images!
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Nice, my favorite is the first one, maybe crop out the object at the bottom, the big tree really sets it off.
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looks like a coin flip to me. Like both of them. JIM

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Ok I will get off the fence I prefer #1 I like the foreground grass and the log ?? although #2 is closely followed, defiantly my second favourite shot of the two
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The first one is my favorite. Great color, nice work.
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Both nice but #1 has the upper hand.

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I go with #1. I like the leading lines and added interest of the large tree. #2 has too little head room.
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I'll go with number one also, but a hard choice both are fantastic.
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Thanks very much everyone, no1 it is. Ill try cropping some of the grass off though.

I downloaded a new program that stitches raw files together which hopefully meens I can get fairly large prints from them. If anyone is interested the program is PTGui, its fairly inexpensive and I found that it works far better than Autostitch (which is still pretty good) and can work with huge file sizes.

Thanks again
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Tuff one to decide but No2 gets my nod,just shows more


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QuoteOriginally posted by iced Quote
Nice, my favorite is the first one, maybe crop out the object at the bottom, the big tree really sets it off.
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