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Old Sep 3, 2010, 12:20 PM   #1
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Stitched using Hugin and a bit of HDR treatment using AutoHDR:

Small versions first then I'll try some larger ones

#1 The view from my restaurant window


#2 The view of the pier for the adjacent hotel


#3 My favourite apart from the scaffolding, the view over the rooftops in Antalya:
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Hello Martin

Thanks for sharing the photos (and for continuing to share your autohdr program).

I particularly like the water in photo 1, the mountain backdrop photo 2 and the 'travel feeling' presented in photo 3.

All have a beautiful natural amount of HDR treatment (not over the top) - and gives the viewer a feel of the area. I was almost going to visit Antalya one day, but didn't get there in the end - thus it's nice to see your photos.

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