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    Marlow Bridge Panorama (2)

    Thanks to Philip (Mr B) I have come to the conclusion that my earlier post need some major editing and possibly re-shooting (although sadly the weather has broken).

    I have now worked up another pano shot yesterday, which has not suffered so much from the orange cast.

    Marlow Bridge Panorama (2)

    Aperture: f/11.0 Shutter Speed: 1/160 ISO: 100

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    Re: Marlow Bridge Panorama (2)

    Hi Chris,

    i love scenes like this and I think you've captured it very nicely.

    For my liking I'd sharpen it a touch and add a bit more contrast. I did just that with an unsharp mask in CS5 and a slight S-Curve.

    Disclaimer - I have a tendency to overdo these things so maybe somewhere between yours and mine would be an ideal.

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    Re: Marlow Bridge Panorama (2)

    Great stuff Tommy. In my defense I forgot to apply my web sharpening so that maybe the reason. Thanks for your kind comments.

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    Re: Marlow Bridge Panorama (2)

    Very nice image Chris. I think this one is better than the one in your earlier post (which was still fine). When you compare the composition of the two, the differences are fairly subtle - the second one is a bit wider shot with a slightly different angle and with a bit more in the foreground. However to me, the composition in the second looks significantly better.

    It just needs a bit of sharpening of the resized web image as Tommy has indicated. And yes Tommy I would go for a tad less sharpening.

    Cheers Dave

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    Re: Marlow Bridge Panorama (2)

    I agree with Dave, this is better for subtle reasons; the placement of people, the rowing boat, etc.

    Great shot Chris,

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    Re: Marlow Bridge Panorama (2)

    Chris, in its colours your new one is a much more natural image, and the greater depth also helps to recreate the enjoyment of the scene as it was last weekend. I can also see that the car occupants will enjoy their much smoother ride over the bridge now!

    Philip

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