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Clouds over Mostar (9 Photo Panorama) [Friday My Town Shoot Out]

By Friday, October 18, 2013 , , , , , , ,

I made this panorama a while ago, and also posted it on this blog. But it was long before I became really familiar with editing and also the panorama I posted before, was only a small image. Now, I present you with the bigger and reedited version of this 9-Photo Panorama of Mostar.

click on the image for a bigger view


For other versions of the theme Clouds head over to the Friday My Town Shoot Out Blog.

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42 comments

  1. Hallo Mersad...

    wow...das ist ein echt megageniales Panorama geworden ... Ganz große klasse !

    Ich wünsche Dir ein tolles WE

    Ganz liebe Grüße

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  2. What a fabulous panorama!

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  3. Great shot my friend...... very well done.

    greetings, Joop

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  4. beautiful. is that a train station right in the middle? and what creates the river being green in the center and blue to the outer edges?

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    1. The river Neretva is naturally green from algae that inhibit the river bed. And yes,that is a train station in the middle.

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  5. Amazing. I did read your tutorial but haven't tried it yet.

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    1. It's really easy, and I have two more panoramas in store!

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  6. It feels great to advance one's techniques. Always good to hear about how you keep improving,

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    1. Thank you Kate. The panorama is much better now then it was before. If you type "panorama" into the search box I'm sure you'll find the old version.

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  7. Very impressive, Mersad.

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  8. Love this panorama. Glad you showed us the larger version.

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  9. Superb capture, Mersad!! I, too, love the larger version! Have a great weekend!

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  10. That's a beautiful panorama. Thank you for sharing.

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  11. I had not noticed how one side of the photo is very light with not much blue while the other side is a luxurious blue.

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    1. That's because the view is panoramic, from one side where the sun was to the other where it wasn't. It's the equivalent to turning around your camera in order not to face the sun. But here you have both views!

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  12. Good pan
    Ciao
    Stefano
    Have a great W.E. with a lot of shots

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  13. That's a huge panorama, no wonder the sky is so different on the two sides of it. You can really see the clouds chasing each other across the sky.

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    1. Yes, that's why the sky is blown out on one side.

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  14. Wow! What a great panorama! Do all the houses there have red roofs.

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    1. Not all of them, but most older houses do, and people that build new ones tend sometimes to have red roofs.

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  15. It's truly an amazing shot....You keep us on our toes trying new techniques and I appreciate that....I hope you are having a great weekend...

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