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06-09-2006 11:37 AM
06-09-2006 11:47 AM
I'm jealous of people who have a backyard... I live in an apartment.
I like the image and without looking really close I don't see the seems. It looks good and while the colors are more balanced it is sort of a dull image. The correction is good though, but the picture itself just seems to lack a lot of depth to make it really shine.
Just my opinion.
06-09-2006 12:05 PM
06-09-2006 01:38 PM
I think that without the house it looks better, but the image isn't just that interesting and maybe it is because of the infinite DOF or... well I don't know.
I like the image and creativity it took in order to pull this off though, I haven't tried to do one of these yet.
06-09-2006 01:51 PM
Ya didn't you just get a d50? Anyways, I found this very easy. I used Photo Stich and I mostly used clone to take stuff out/ put stuff in. I found that cloning the grass was very simple and its almost unnoticable.
06-09-2006 10:12 PMOriginally Posted by bfischinger
I think it's really cool and looks good.
After staring at this thing for a while longer I think if you add a couple more things in the immediate foreground such as that yard candle or whatever it is (I love the curved shadow on it though), but if you add a couple of those, even with some gausian blur, that will go ahead and increase the DOF effect and really help this image... Just my opinion, I don't know what I'm talking about most of the time.
06-09-2006 10:25 PM
OK, I spent like three minutes to see if I could do what I was saying in the above post and here is what I came up with. I don't think it really works as well as I thought it might, but maybe with some more time invested it could work. Regardless of any of the opinion I've tossed out there, I still think it's a pretty cool thing you've done.
My DOF Idea:
BTW: I'm a complete Photoshop moron, so I don't really know what I'm doing at all.... Just an idea I had.
06-10-2006 01:41 AM
I just had an idea to maybe replace on of the frames with a person walking by the border of the plants. I'm thinking that matching the exact shadows and time of day is gonna be tough- I have to check what time I took the pics. I'm gonna see what I can to with that tommorow. I'm going to bed- its late.
06-12-2006 08:17 PM
06-12-2006 08:24 PM
I like the panorama style, but you definitely need to find a good subject for the shot. I'm not feeling the backyard.__________________________@isaacbrody