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    Shot this pano this morning i love it but wanna get some feedback on it
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    Very cool!

    Just a minor point would the slightly skew horizon on the far left.

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    cant give a CC on it not experienced enough yet but nice to meet you yesterday Lindsay!

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    awesome to meet you too mate and welcome to the to the forums mate hope you enjoy
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    Very nice shot. Mesodan has called the only thing I can really see. I might try lifting the exposure slightly, but then that's to taste.

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    It's a really nice shot. I like the colour of the cloud and the way it's still caught by the sun whilst the streetlights are on. I agree that the exposure needs shifted a bit as you've lost detail on the left hand side. Try tweaking the fill if you have Lightroom or similar.

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    The biggest problem for me....Its too small..... I want to see it really big. Great shot
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    a bigger version of it (click on the photo)
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    and another from the same morning of Auckland city from north head

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    I read somewhere a suggestion that if you're going to stitch together photos to make a pano, the only real point in it is if there are things of interest at the two ends. In the first you have some nice lights and reflections on the right, and Rangitoto and some trees on the left (but unfortunately overlapped and dark and hard to make out). In the second, the middle of the image is nice and the sky tower is an obvious focal point, but the extremes of the photo are dark and not interesting. It's still a nice pano image but maybe if you'd put the sky tower to one edge or the other and included something else at the other. That's just a guideline, but I always keep it in mind. If you have 4 images to stitch together, but the 4th has nothing of interest, then just stitch the three then.
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