yeah, if you don't have photoshop I'd just make sure the exposure stays consistent all the way around or atleast in photos adjacent to one another. But I like those last two panoramics better than the first. There is a photographer who does similar work and his name is excaping me he has a 360 panoramic of a parking garage that's in the MCA, I'll try and figure it out and post it.DUNKiSH
the first image is nice, cropped probably alittle tight, it cuts off his hands to his body oddly like maybe a foot more down and maybe even just a few inches more on the top. I used to have tendency to crop strangely vertically with my images so... but I was also using a TLR so its kinda a given with a camera like that. But right to left I think you get alway with the tight crop but if you could shoot it twice.. i'd take 3 steps back and focus and your whole image would be pretty decent.
I think they're still underexposed, less than the others and I think you can argue for it far better than with other pictures.
Second image, i'm kinda eh... it doesnt do much for me knowing its for the 4th of july... like if was series on shy girls, or whatever. I would get it, but not so much. Its not a bad image but if you had a series with the last photos and these two, i'd be a bit @#%$ when i walked by this image...
That's not to stay its bad but contextually its too different and stylistically with the fill flash and angle its quite different... Anyone with alittle practice and insight can make solid images but its step beyond that to make bodies of work that flow and work together.
then I gave the signpost a flash with my big flash handheld.
I've heard of doing that but never actually knowingly seening it done. seems like a great idea. just curious but did you meter it with the flash or just compensate?