Latest Sunrise Pano

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  1. Ed Ruf (REPLY to E-MAIL IN SIG!), Jan 8, 2006
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    Mark² Guest

    Wow. This is nice, though the trees on the right remind me of
    ink-blot-style painting I remember do in grade school...where you put a
    bunch of paint on one side of a paper...then fold it over and create a
    rather messy mirror image of it on the other half of the sheet. :)
    These are lovely colors.
    Wish well could see either a bit more of the lower right pole...or
    none...but still a lovely image...and who cares what I think.
    :)
     
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  3. Always willing to reconsider composition, since I have no formal training
    at all. This is largest possible crop of the stitched images. Given that,
    are you recommending the bottom of the crop be brought up just above the
    top of the pole? I was thinking I didn't want to remove that much of the
    reflection of the sky on the water.
     
    Ed Ruf (REPLY to E-MAIL IN SIG!), Jan 8, 2006
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  4. Here's the crop this way.
    http://edwardgruf.com/Digital_Photography/D70/pano/pano_full_cr2m_600hi.jpg

    I still like the full reflection better, ymmv.
     
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    Mark² Guest

    I didn't mean to imply a crop. I think that would be worse than what is
    really only a minor distraction of the pole-top. It's just one of those
    kind of hindsight thoughts I often have as I review my own images...where I
    notice--after the fact--that I might have been able to avoid a distraction
    had I moved a bit higher with the camera...or some other such niggle.
    Another alternative might have been to drop the tripod lower in order to
    include MORE of the pole.

    Again...I like this image, and don't mean to over-do my niggle.
    Photography can drive you crazy because there's always something (as a
    perfectionist) can "could have been" better. :)

    Congrats on a nice one.
    -Mark
     
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    Mark² Guest

    Oops. Meant, "...always something that (as perfectionists) we could have
    done differently or "better" ("better" being entirely subjective, of
    course!).
    :)
     
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    grumpy, Jan 8, 2006
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  9. These where handheld images stitched with Autostitch. I was all ready out
    as far as I was willing to go on the heavily frost covered pier up the
    street after only one cup of coffee, having just left the house for work.
    Agreed. No problem, was just wondering out loud before trying the crop.
    Much thanks.
     
    Ed Ruf (REPLY to E-MAIL IN SIG!), Jan 8, 2006
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  10. On Sun, 08 Jan 2006 22:53:43 GMT, in rec.photo.digital
    Thank you.
     
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    Mark² Guest

    It ain't Jesus' fault!
    :)
     
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  15. Yes, my son. Have you been healed?
     
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