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    Was lucky that I was out with my camera collecting Marina - so had a go for a 9 shot HDR pano

    Pano Sunset by Ian Theobald, on Flickr
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    Default Re: Sunset Pano

    Not sure about this one Ian, especially the sky. But lets see what others think. I do think the location has potential though.
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    Default Re: Sunset Pano

    Ok cheers Peter - can't win em all
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    Default Re: Sunset Pano

    I actually quite like that in an OTT Van Gogh sort of way! Particularly the sky and the semi-circular flowers at the bottom.
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    Default Re: Sunset Pano

    thanks Wayne be interesting to hear what others think
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    Default Re: Sunset Pano

    I quite like the sky Ian. Not for everyone but when you have an image like this sometimes you need to push even more. I'd be tempted to put a grad on the sky to make it even more dramatic. The mountains and the sky sit really well but the foreground troubles me a bit. You've got that circular bowl format in the foreground from bushes trees and the stitching of the 9 shots and I'm wondering if a slightly different crop would be better? But then again; what do I know.....
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    Would probably tire of a series but as a single example I also quite like the result ...

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    Default Re: Sunset Pano

    I quite like it as a bit of an abstract but I think the combination of HDR and stitching has made the sky look a bit unreal

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    Default Re: Sunset Pano

    cheers all for the feedback I'll have another look at this image

    thanks guys
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    Default Re: Sunset Pano

    I rather like the way the 'bowl' effect of the foreground frames the rest of the shot. Yes, to some the sky might be a bit OTT but not to my taste. Like it just as it is
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