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Panoramic sunset

Panoramic sunset
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Copyright: Adrian Szatewicz (aes_thor) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 198 W: 29 N: 592] (2489)
Genre: Landscapes
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2008-09-04
Categories: Sky
Camera: FujiFilm FinePix S9600, Fujinon Zoom Lens 28-300 mm Eq.
Exposure: f/5.6, 1/50 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
Date Submitted: 2008-09-04 11:21
Viewed: 8814
Points: 4
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
Hi there friends.

Today I want to present something different from what I've posted before. Click on the image to see larger version.
It is really nice fun to make panoramic shots because the final effect sometimes is better than original;) Things like sky is really hard to shoot with only one frame, This panorama was made from 4 single shots- then I put it together using Photoshop CS2.
Post procesing was only noise removing and some levels operating. I hop You will like the effect.

Picture was taken from my flat window in Olsztyn, Poland. Hand held, CPL used. Nice end of such cloudy day.

Thanks a lot for watching, any comments? - always welcome:)

Cheers, bye!

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To tomszat: Siemka!aes_thor 1 09-08 12:00
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Merhaba Adrian,birleştirmelerin hatasız olduğu nefis panaromik manzara.Renkler ve görüntü etkileyici.Her zaman keyif almışımdır panoramik çalışmalardan.Ellerine sağlık,selamlar :)

Hi Adrian,
I think the photo is great, especially the large version, excellent stitch, very nice rays of sun and shadows from the clouds, good exposure. I don't like the colours here, too much cyan, yellows look almost green in some places, the horizon is slightly falling on the left hand side and there's a bit too much space on the right - these elements I have tried to fix in my workshop. I adjusted the colours to the tones I like, taking out blues and cyans, adding more yellow and magenta. I know they aren't probably very close to the actual colours of the sky that evening, it's just my preference. Hope you'll like it.
Best regards!

This is a beautiful shot Adrian. Thanks for your comment on my 'Ghost Flight' shot. Have a great week. I send you greetings from Alabama, USA

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