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Old Dec 16, 2009, 1:37 PM   #1
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The 3 sigle-exposures, which make up this panorama, can bee seen at: Night-Panorama shot of Fredrikstad - The G1 exercise





#4 - The Panorama of "Fredrikstad by night" - here at 1280pixels x 510pixels. The original, unscaled version is 6729 x 2615 pixels.



For those with lesser resolution to their monitors, here is one with 1024x 408 pixels.




Pictures taken with my Panasonic Lumix DMC G1K micro four/thirds.
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where this place?
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Really amazing panorama!
What software did you use to stitch it together?
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where this place?
This is the old town of Fredrikstad in Southern Norway (where I live). Old Fredrikstad is on of the best preserved fortified towns in Northern Europe.

http://www.lokalhistoriewiki.no/inde..._i_Fredrikstad



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Really amazing panorama!
What software did you use to stitch it together?
I used PanoramaMaker 4.0 - a free software from ArcSoft http://www.arcsoft.com/en-us/index.asp that came with my (then...) new Panasonic LUMIX TZ-28 - which by the way was my introduction to digital photography.
I still use m4/3 Panasonic LUMIX cameras - besides my main camera a Nikon D300s - and have a Panasonic G1 and a GF1 - great cameras!









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Panorama of a scene in the night - this is outstanding, well taken.

Indeed you are not a camera owner, you are a photographer!!
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G'day Walter

These images are some of the best panos I have seen in a very long while
The congratulations [above] are well deserved
Well done !!

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Nice pano and beautiful colors.

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Color and exposure is close to perfect. Including the closer bank was a good decision. I like these very much.
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Oh my, I havn't been in her since June 2011!
Thank you all for the nice comments anyway. Its been a while since I took these shots with my (then) rather new Panasonic G1 - which I still have, by the way. But now I shoot mainly Nikon D300s.

Best regards from Norway,
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