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  • Thunderbirds

    no strings attached
    • 25 May 2012 8:04AM
  • Humber Bridge Planet

    You should post it up. This is supposed to be a place where we can learn and develop our skills in photography, and you can't do that without posting. I'd like to see your shot Smile
    • 25 Apr 2012 7:11PM
  • Ink

    Really like this one!
    • 25 Apr 2012 10:00AM
  • On top of the World

    It was taken on top of the mountains at Malcesine, besides Lake Garda in Italy. Beautiful place! So not too far from the sound of moosic land Jill!
    • 24 Apr 2012 9:52AM
  • Holy Trinity Planet

    it is quite simple. A friend (Staticanimation) gave me the inspiration to do this, and helped sort out anything that went wrong with others.
    Check out this link for how to make it. http://content.photojojo.com/tutorials/create-your-own-panorama-planets/ Tips we found was to make sure your end point and start point are on a join (here it was where one of the buildings meet another) Wide angle lenses work best. Make sure none of the subject goes out of the photo at the top (make sure you have sky covering the top of the frame) and just experiment with it. It is really fun to do!
    • 16 Apr 2012 9:12PM
  • Eat more chicken

    Lovely capture!! Tongue I do really like this. I think you picked a really strange but ace subject
    • 16 Apr 2012 7:56PM
  • The Red Arrows

    no - it was during a display over the River Humber
    • 18 Mar 2010 8:31PM
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