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crappieman67
09-27-2009, 04:13 AM
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Chris

YakMotor
10-05-2009, 05:13 AM
Chris you got some good color and some interesting detail in your zoomed-in shots, but without something of interest in foreground or dramatic clouds your shots are rather drab.

Next time you might try zooming in to eliminate most of the plain fore and background then shooting overlapping frames to later assemble in to a panorama.

A free program from Microsoft called I.C.E. makes the process pretty easy. Just try while shooting to keep your horizon at the same level as you pan overlapping frames by about a third. See CC's panorama post for some excellent examples.