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Old Oct 14, 2007, 6:28 PM   #11
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Fall in Sweden looks like fall here, I especially like #1! The photo draws me down the leaf covered path to see what is around the bend.

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Great shots Torgny! I love #1 ... makes me want to put on some hiking shoes and take off down that path!

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Fall in Sweden looks like fall here, I especially like #1! The photo draws me down the leaf covered path to see what is around the bend.

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Old Oct 15, 2007, 9:21 AM   #14
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Thanks. Personally I use sandals six months and high rubber boots the rest of the year but hiking boots, well taken care of, are better

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Nice shooting Torgny. I too like the first.....what is around that corner?....cheers...Don
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Old Oct 16, 2007, 3:26 AM   #16
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Nice shots Torgny
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Old Oct 16, 2007, 6:25 PM   #18
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Hello Torgny,

I especially like the commentary feel of the "walking along a path" photos numbered 1, 4, 7 and 9! And it's interesting to get a "closer view" via the other close-up photos alternated in between!

Thanks for sharing!!

When do you get first snow there, in that part of Sweden?

The last photo imho would be a good candidate for a multiple exposure / HDR attempt....

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Hello Torgny,

I especially like the commentary feel of the "walking along a path" photos numbered 1, 4, 7 and 9! And it's interesting to get a "closer view" via the other close-up photos alternated in between!

Thanks for sharing!!

When do you get first snow there, in that part of Sweden?

The last photo imho would be a good candidate for a multiple exposure / HDR attempt....

Paul
Hello,

Yes I like telling "stories" and also like to learn new facts.

The snow has already fallen in Lappland in the north. The country is about 2000 kilometers long. Down the west coast where I live the snow can come as early as in November. It can also wait until January.

I´ve tried HDR technique but not managed to do it. PSCS3 has a new feature, recover, that can "enhance" almost lost data . Of course Fuji S5 Pro is the camera

I´ve tried with various software. I don´t even know how to use two or more bracketed exposures. Usually I don´t give up, but ...

Can you share some of your knowledge?

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