outside my window.


May 25, 2010
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1. in what area is critique to be sought?
I would like to know where i can improve in panorama shots

2. what one hopes to achieve with the piece of work?
Basically i want to capture what it looks like outside my window

3. under what circumstance is the picture taken?
This is my first attempt on Panorama.

4. what the critique seeker personally thinks of the picture
I think that its kinda cool to show others what it looks like through your window. :)

Thanks!
 

derrickder

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May 18, 2010
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Paranoma attempt looks good
Sharp and good contrast
Properly exposed

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No proper subject IMO
Left side abruptly cut off
Just looks like a well-taken paranomic snapshot :/

Cheers and happy new year! Keep shooting bro ^^
 

May 25, 2010
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Paranoma attempt looks good
Sharp and good contrast
Properly exposed

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No proper subject IMO
Left side abruptly cut off
Just looks like a well-taken paranomic snapshot :/

Cheers and happy new year! Keep shooting bro ^^
Thanks :)
if i turn shoot more to the left it would be my window already :)
 

takafan

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I would have taken more of the greens to balance out the picture a little

Anyway out of curiosity, where's this place?
 

#9
Exposure wise is ok and stitching is well done. Good job correcting the distortions. However I feel the composition can be improved, like including more of the greens below. Cutting off buildings abruptly above the base does not work well. Did you shoot in with your camera in landscape format? You can also try to shoot in portrait format to frame in more area vertically on a single row pan. :)
 

May 25, 2010
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Exposure wise is ok and stitching is well done. Good job correcting the distortions. However I feel the composition can be improved, like including more of the greens below. Cutting off buildings abruptly above the base does not work well. Did you shoot in with your camera in landscape format? You can also try to shoot in portrait format to frame in more area vertically on a single row pan. :)
Noted:) yea its taken in landscape. will try it in portrait. will keep in mind :)
 

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