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Amager panorama

By Bozack
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My first panorama photo! I actually like how it turned up, I like the colors :)

The picture is taken on the other side of the road of the Metro-station DR-Byen in Copenhagen.


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#GimmeFeedback

Are the colors too boring? I myself like the autumn colors, but they just go on and on in the same orange colors.. Is it too much?

Do you like the motive? I think it fitted well to a panorama.

Anything else? Just tell me, any feedback will be appreciated :)



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Featured by
~T7-Productions in his news article "Lovely Autumn 2009" and his journal "Lovely Autumn 2009"
~lavalampkap in his news feature "Panorama feature"


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If you liked this picture, you should take a look at the following pictures, taken by *grugster and ~Parasin:



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IMAGE DETAILS
Image size
12939x3158px 22.97 MB
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 500D
Shutter Speed
1/25 second
Aperture
F/14.0
Focal Length
41 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
Oct 29, 2009, 4:27:50 PM
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Ferox04Hobbyist Photographer
:star::star::star::star::star-half: Overall
:star::star::star::star::star: Vision
:star::star::star::star::star-half: Originality
:star::star::star::star::star: Technique
:star::star::star::star::star-half: Impact

This beautiful panoramic picture by =Bozack represents the kind of photography that I like the most. Artist's vision in this one plays a large role, and I can say right from the beginning - you get five stars. Not everyone would come up with an idea like this. Nice job. (:
The originality of panoramic pictures is not really an issue we should be debating, so I'll just give you four and a half - it's been done before, okay, but not necessarily this way.
As always with =Bozack, the technique is GREAT. This time there really is nothing bad I could say. The bright, seemingly over-exposed heaven blends in with the whole picture perfectly. There is nothing more you could've done to make this somehow even more awesome. You've nailed it. <img src="e.deviantart.net/emoticons/w/w…" width="15" height="15" alt=";)" title=";) (Wink)" />
I'm deducting half a star from impact for the buildings here and there that somewhat disrupt the natural character of the scene. I don't think there's anything you could've done to compensate for that, so that's why I'm deducting from impact, and not technique. Even after discovering those I still find this panorama a magical piece of photography. Well done. ^^
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BozackStudent Photographer
Thank you so much for the critique (again :D) - it's really nice :)

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You're welcome. I really liked it so I thought I'd show it to my watchers too. :3
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:star::star::star::star::star-half: Overall
:star::star::star::star::star: Vision
:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Originality
:star::star::star::star::star-half: Technique
:star::star::star::star::star-half: Impact

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I love the kind of shot you got here! It's crisp and clean, and the water shows a nice reflection. For impact, I think it would help if you could take out the buildings on the right side. They distract from the nature and scenery. Don't worry about the colours, they work very well with the sun hitting the grass. I also enjoy the paler clouds, and the fact that they don't overcrowd the picture. This seems that it should be centered more, and then I think it would really help with impact. I thin gray border would also help it look professional. Well done! Panoramic is one of my favorite image types!
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BozackStudent Photographer
Thank you very much for your critique! :)
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Doodlee-aProfessional Digital Artist
You're welcome!
Tommy8250's avatar
Tommy8250Hobbyist Photographer
wonderful image - thanks for sharing!
~tommy
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BozackStudent Photographer
thanks :)
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lluvia-estival Traditional Artist
Wow, this is beautiful!
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BozackStudent Photographer
thank you :huggle:
Dark-Lady-Sizuka's avatar
Dark-Lady-SizukaHobbyist Photographer
I love it ... the autumn colors are fantastic .
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BozackStudent Photographer
thank you so much :huggle:
amerindub's avatar
Yeah, the colours are amazing! Nice work :)
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BozackStudent Photographer
thank you so much :huggle:
black-cat16's avatar
IT is really well taken. Colors are not boring, view is something original. And reflection in the water is very beautiful!
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BozackStudent Photographer
thank you :)
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smallish-deerStudent Traditional Artist
i dont know if anyone has said this (they probably have)
I love the buildings! I think they work wonderfully. The photo wouldn't be nearly as interesting to me if they were gone. As it is, I see them in the distance and am so curious!
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BozackStudent Photographer
well you are the first one to say that =P even I don' like them =P

I'm glad to hear that someone can enjoy them! :huggle:
DarkSweetKisses's avatar
how do you make a picture to any landscape and not just a piece of the landscape??
I was a long time since I'd like to do.
It 's a montage or use a program just for doing it??
Do you give me a hand to see how we it do? =D
thanks ;p
sorry for the bad english
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BozackStudent Photographer
I'm not sure I understand what you're asking me? :S

I use the program hugin to stitch together several images to one single, if that's what you wanted to know :)
OmaraEnero's avatar
Lovely panorama! :D
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BozackStudent Photographer
thank you :huggle:
OmaraEnero's avatar
You're welcome! :D
orfanos's avatar
Excellent!!!Bravo!!!
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