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08-19-2015, 11:59 PM - 4 Likes   #1
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Hi, its a stitched Pano done in lightroom, would really welcome any CC



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I like it. A very dramatic scene. If anything, a bit more space at the bottom would be nice. The groups of people give scale but I feel they would be lost if the photo was framed.
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Beautiful shot. I like the foreboding clouds & the feeling of how small we are in comparison to the vastness around it. Sorry I can't offer any criticism....
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I like the overall feel of it - well done.

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Love the sky in this pic and the overall mood! My only comment would be that I think it's a bit too centered. The pennisula, beach, and bright lagoon are the most interesting parts of the pic besides the sky and they're all fairly centered in the pano.
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excellent, the lines in the front leads toward the 2 persons, its follows the beach toward the dramatic sky. Well done!!
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As a previous poster suggested, perhaps a little less cloud to et more foreground and lift the people up a little. But a good pano regardless.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Bruce Clark Quote
I like it. A very dramatic scene. If anything, a bit more space at the bottom would be nice. The groups of people give scale but I feel they would be lost if the photo was framed.
My thoughts exactly. The clouds are dramatic, but Including just a little more if the foreground and the tiny people would root the image. The landscape has a strong line from the beach to lead the eye. Still I like it.

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Thanks for all the feedback, will have a look at the file and see how much more foreground i have to play with
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QuoteOriginally posted by GreenRich Quote
Hi, its a stitched Pano done in lightroom, would really welcome any CC

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The drama is palpable. Thanks to the clouds and the range in lighting. You did a great job in producing this seamless pano. My only comment is minor. I would probably crop a bit of the left side so that the people are away from the centre. Otherwise, this is an excellent work Green Rich.
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QuoteOriginally posted by GreenRich Quote
Hi, its a stitched Pano done in lightroom, would really welcome any CC



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the sky is amazing
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beautiful pic.
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Really nice, I love the colors! These greens are excellent!
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