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AndrewKulin
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« on: March 05, 2009, 06:56:18 AM »
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I really like this spot and have pulled out a selection of photos from 2004 or later (finally).  Most were taken with my Rebel 300 and I noticed some blotchy crap across most of them  (like dust on the senors) which I tried to heal out as best I could.  Constructive criticisms about the aesthetic qualities/composition are appreciated as will be advice on improving the technical aspects (big learning curve still for me with ACR and CS3).

Thanks in advance.

Andrew

These first 3 taken using the Rebel 300 with kit lens (18-55mm)
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This one shot with Rebel 300 and the 10-22 mm lens
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Panorama shot with 40D and 10-22 mm lens.
5 shots taken using Nodal Nija 5 pano-head and stitched using PTGUI.  Some tone-mapping applied with Photomatix (I tried to keep it subtle, though I admit I really like the cranked up version)
[attachment=12176:Cilantro_Panorama.jpg]

[Edit - resubmitted photos saved as sRGB - resulting in better colour - as per advice from Julie on another topic]
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dalethorn
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« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2009, 09:46:05 PM »
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The first is good - if it were mine I'd crop some of the plain white area off the bottom - not enough texture there. The haze or fog at top works well.

The fourth image has enough dark area to allow a lot of cropping variations - try some.

The fifth I don't quite relate to, for some reason. The colors are nice, and the trees and mountain are picturesque, but I can't quite balance that with the building. Maybe some cropping there too.

Overall, some really good material to experiment with.
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