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    Maui sunset

    f11 .03s iso50 5stops split nd filter'sMaui sunset

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    Re: Maui sunset

    Fantastic. IMHO I think it would be better in a tighter pano crop like 1:2.6. Although you'd lose some of that wonderful sky you'd be able to bring the horizon back to the lower third.

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    Re: Maui sunset

    Wonderful shot.

    I think it is all about the sky here.

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    Re: Maui sunset

    Wow! That is an impressive sky. We dont see those in the Midwest, US. I completely understand Mark's comment, but this shot is all about the sky, and the pano crop would lose a very compelling part of it. The horizon cant compete in level of interest. This may be a time to ignore the rules. I'm interested as to what others will think. Well done. You've managed a difficult exposure very,very well.

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    Re: Maui sunset

    Impressive.

    I thought that nuclear bombs testing had been banned

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    Re: Maui sunset

    Jack, what a beautiful photo. For me the trees and water are good anchors for the sky. I agree with Bobo, it's about the sky for me.

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