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    B&W panorama

    here below a picture I captured during my last short vacation (a dozen days ago)
    one of the few pics I "saw directly" in B&W.... fortunately it is becoming even more frequent...
    I'd like to read some comments from you, as I'm walking my first steps on B&W world..
    thanks in advance!
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    B&W panorama

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    Re: B&W panorama

    Can't see anything Nicola.

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    Re: B&W panorama

    Quote Originally Posted by arith View Post
    Can't see anything Nicola.

    despite that I can see my picture...
    what's happening?
    anyone else can see it?


    also in guest mode I can...

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    Re: B&W panorama

    Nicola

    I do see it. And it is very, very nice. The conversion to B & W is very good and the composition, especially the roof line that curves around the image, is attractive.
    Last edited by Donald; 2nd November 2011 at 10:17 PM.

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    Re: B&W panorama

    No I can't see it in Firefox, IE8 or Safari. So it must be XP or security, but I can see some, for that matter a lot of invisible pics on this site.

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    Re: B&W panorama

    I see it just fine and I'm glad I can! It's glorious!

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    Re: B&W panorama

    thank you very much Donald and Tommy!

    your comments make me really exult!
    I'm very pleased to recieve this kind of comment from you!!

    I was thinking that someone would have pointed out the burned area in the sky and some extra space on the left side...

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    Re: B&W panorama

    Quote Originally Posted by Nicola View Post
    I was thinking that someone would have pointed out the burned area in the sky and some extra space on the left side...
    No, I think you're treatment of the sky is very good and I see no difficulty with the composition.

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    Re: B&W panorama

    Lovely pano.

    Was thinking of doing the same with some taken on Tuesday.

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    Re: B&W panorama

    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    No, I think you're treatment of the sky is very good and I see no difficulty with the composition.

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    Re: B&W panorama

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobobird View Post
    Lovely pano.

    Was thinking of doing the same with some taken on Tuesday.
    thanks Bobo!

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    That's beautiful Nicola..

    ..makes me want to see more ..and more. x

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