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#6618
Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 102
I mentioned in another thread that I was looking to print a photo for my brother's new house. I decided that i wanted to take a panoramic shot of the city so I did a photoshoot yesterday evening and got these below but I can't decide which one works best. any thoughts?

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6

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#6619
Re:Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 148
Jesus Mark, they are all absolutely brilliant. Would be impossible to choose. The only way to pick is to match the colour scheme of the room its going into. Good luck!
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#6620
Re:Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 284
I like the 3rd one (wasnt that impossible swagger)
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#6621
Re:Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 11
4 r 5 man....

1 & 2 look a bit fake

3 reminds me of the New York pic

6 isnt bad either

My choice wud b No:4
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#6622
Re:Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 284
Amps wrote:
4 r 5 man....

1 & 2 look a bit fake

3 reminds me of the New York pic

6 isnt bad either

My choice wud b No:4


Thats what I thought about 3!!
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#6623
Re:Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 11
dshamrock2000 wrote:
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Thats what I thought about 3!![/quote]

1st ting dat srang 2 mind was, u dnt want sum1 sitn der and sayin, Oh dat photo looks jus like the New York Skyline....It wud end up in the bin if dat (comparrison <---spelling) was made... U want sumtin unique, No:4 is jus dat
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#6624
Re:Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 328
Savage shots and editing, not that, that means much from me who knows very little about camares.

My favourite would be 1.
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#6625
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All are excellent - set up your own postcards business !!

If I had to choose, I'd say #4 - I like the black and white with the bit of blue in it as well.

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#6627
Re:Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 102
cheers for the feedback guys. I think i'm leaning towards no.3 but I am getting a good response to number 4 but i just feel it looks a bit cold. i reckon it's between those 2 anyway now...
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#6628
Re:Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 25
if he has a traditionally styled house, then 3, if its modern defo no. 4

and 4 is definitely my favorite

what setup did you use? camera lens and pp?
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#6634
Re:Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 314
My favourite is 2 or 3, but maybe 3 needs to be lightened just a touch?
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#6635
Re:Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 102
SteveH wrote:
if he has a traditionally styled house, then 3, if its modern defo no. 4

and 4 is definitely my favorite

what setup did you use? camera lens and pp?


#1 was shot at 18mm because i couldn't move any further away, the rest were at 55mm. I used a low aperture, around f/5.6 (ish) becuase I was on a shaky bridge and wanted to keep the shutter speed down.

I converted them straight from RAW to jpeg in lightroom 3, stitched them in microsoft ICE and then brought them back into lightroom and cropped them and used some of the lightroom presets and then just slightly tweaked them manually after that
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#6637
Re:Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 25
so it was with a standard 18-55mm lens?

very impressive pics man, fair play
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Re:Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 102
Cheers Steve. I used a 55-200 lens @ 55 for some of the shots and an 18-55 @ 55 for some of the others. I'm not sure but I don't think there'd be any differene between them at 55mm?? I also used a lens hood which gave a bit of a shadow in the middle of #2 when the photos stitched together that i edited out with lightroom.
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#6657
Re:Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 217
def no4 Mark

great photo with some nice editing to make it unique. this pic would look good in any modern room with a black or dark matt chrome type frame
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#6663
Re:Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 102
Cheers Spanky, it's between these 2 now. I think the photo's are too long for print so i've cropped them down to a 2:1 ratio which is a standard size for printing. So it's between these 2 now


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#6664
Re:Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 284
Try www.photobox.ie, you can upload high res photo's and get them printed onto canvas max 110cm X 47cm,

Printed on high textured heavyweight 100% cotton canvas
Photo wrapped around canvas edges*
Sealed with a semi matt varnish for extra protection
Stretched by hand over a 4.5cm deep box wood frame
Finished on the reverse with artist backing tape
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#6665
Re:Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 102
I had been thinking of going for a canvas print but I was told I'd lose a lot of detail in the material so I'm looking at frameless paper prints now
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#6733
Re:Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 102
Just ordered this


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100cm X 50cm canvas print with flat packed stretcher frame, cost me €63 incl VAT and shipping from an english website operating out of Germany. Would have cost me €120 (excluding VAT and shipping) from an irish website, for the print ONLY! I try to buy Irish but people still think they can rip us off :(
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#6736
Re:Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 284
I'd normally use photobox.ie for normal photos or cards/photobooks, calendars but I notice its all shipped from France,
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#6739
Re:Dublin City Panoramics 11 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 102
try 360-dpi.com I've heard good feedback, seem like good prices too and he prints all the stuff himself in Ireland

pricelist: www.360-dpi.com/page8/files/pricelist.pdf
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#6756
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Hands down it's gotta be No. 3!!! I've a good eye for Photo's, my Ex was a photographer and 3 Is the most eye catching and stands out the most as it looks un touched with no Filters etc.... But whatever you choose it's gonna be a good one as they all are Extremely Good!! Very Impressive indeed!!
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