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PostTue Jun 30, 2020 12:28 pm 
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Thanks for the feedback.

I wanted to print that first pano (without the labels) large format to hang on a wall so I spent hours selecting similar distances, enhancing contrast and saturation, and color correcting for the blue to make it clear as I remembered it. By the time it was done I lost all perspective of whether it still looked "real" or not.

To my way of thinking obviously over processed images should be evaluated as such - part reality and part fantasy, but so long as the average person thinks it could be real let your memory be the judge. Even the latest cameras don't capture everything so you have to push things a bit to recover some of what was lost.
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