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spannersatcx

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spannersatcx

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johnaalex

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Excellent shots, especially the dusk/night ones. I assume at some point you'll be going to the top of the Peak - there are some great views from there! One minor point I think some of the shots would benefit from a pit of perpestive correction.
 

shotokan101

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spannersatcx

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Thanks, I'm a bit limited by the steam driven laptop I'm using, painfully slow.
Did the peak last year with the Mrs, might try it when my son visits in December but the haze/pollution is a bit rife at the moment. Not sure how to stitch them together, yet.
The peak.
The peak by Mark Harris, on Flickr
 

spannersatcx

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I've got PSE on laptop which I've just discovered panoramic on, tried it, not saying it's slow but just been out to eat and it's still going!
 

GaseousClay

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Considering the source files weren't planned as a pano it's turned out pretty well. With hindsight as johnaalex says a bit of perspective correction may have helped. However a bit of pushing and pulling with the warp tool it's possible to level out the bulging water and square up a few of the towers.


226699edit.jpg
 

shotokan101

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...that last shot looks rather "Warm" ;)
 

shotokan101

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as I've posted it here does that mean I can not enter it in the compo? Struggling to find something otherwise!

Shouldn't cause a problem - no rules against posting elsewhere :)

Jim
 

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