B&W Mountain Panorama

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I usually don't do panoramas, but I was travelling light and didn't have anything wider than my 17-55. Taken from the Hoodoo Trail in Banff National Park. I'd love some critique on the composition and/or the processing.
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I usually don't do panoramas, but I was travelling light and didn't have anything wider than my 17-55. Taken from the Hoodoo Trail in Banff National Park. I'd love some critique on the composition and/or the processing.
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I like it Valorin.

WRT the crop. I would almost like to see some more of the trees at the bottom to compliment what the sky does to the mountain at the top.

Beautiful country!
 
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I fully agree that more of the trees in the lower part of the photo would have made it more powerful. Unfortunately I wasn't as careful as I should have been when I was composing it, and not only did I miss a lot of the bottom, but I had to rotate the image to bring it level and the resulting crop removed even more of the bottom.
 
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Excellent composition and light. Wonder if contrast could be punched up a bit, but even so, a great image. Mike
 

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