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    A stitched panorama made from four images shot off the back of the Hoover Dam on the Nevada-Arizona border.

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    Sina Farhat, Sammy8146, Callie25, and 10 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. gippi52 72 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called panoramic images, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    2. JackieASutherland [deleted] 71 months ago | reply

      Beautiful sky!

    3. imajes 66 months ago | reply

      Cool. perhaps you should have lost the extreme left (to lose the people) and made it a bit more focused. Haven't seen a pano for a while, and your colors, exposure and focus are all spot on. Save.

      -Voted 'save' (by the Delete Me Uncensored Group) using csratr

    4. ksuwildkat 66 months ago | reply

      nice color
      nice contrast
      HUGE image
      Save2

    5. nytram ydnew [deleted] 66 months ago | reply

      the enhancements give it an artificial look DELETE

    6. stosh26 66 months ago | reply

      for the reason Wendy just gave

      save

      go figure

    7. RyanMacLean 66 months ago | reply

      Looks like you needed to walk far to the left if you wanted symmetry. Looks tilted large on black. Feels a tad to saturated for my taste (and I love over saturation).
      delete

    8. nick_c_stanley 66 months ago | reply

      Good not great. I feel like I've seen this type of shot many times before.

      Delete3

    9. A. Vandalay 66 months ago | reply

      nice stiching, nice colors, but the most interesting part of this photo is behind you. delete4

    10. Mo Tabesh 66 months ago | reply

      average panorama.

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    11. spdorsey 66 months ago | reply

      Mo: Let's see you do better...

      Ryan: this was shot at the exact center of the dam.

    12. Mo Tabesh 66 months ago | reply

      i always made it clear: i suck. you can't win if i admit that i suck ;-}

    13. RyanMacLean 66 months ago | reply

      *blames the damn dam then*

    14. spdorsey 66 months ago | reply

      There's no accounting for architecture. Their center does not lie perfectly between the towers. It was a hard call since the image is stitched, I could not measure using the camera.

      Mo: you're fucking awesome.

    15. Frédéric de Villamil 66 months ago | reply

      Maybe a bit overprocesserd, but worth saving

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    16. tabbr 66 months ago | reply

      Seems oversaturated, man! Otherwise, it's not a bad shot.

      -Voted "delete7" (by the Delete Me Uncensored Group)

    17. ido1 66 months ago | reply

      Nice indeed, but not more.

      - Voted "delete8"

    18. synopsis1 66 months ago | reply

      i almost saved it, but it really feels tilted to the right to me...
      delete9

    19. eric.duminil 66 months ago | reply

      Now that's good! Great contrats & good reflection.

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    20. @notnixon 66 months ago | reply

      All the interesting stuff is at the edge of the photo.

      -Voted 'delete10' (by the Delete Me Uncensored Group) using csratr

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