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Old Jun 16, 2011, 2:47 PM   #1
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Some more shots from the trip to Porvoo this is on the way back in the lake in Hyvinkaa.

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The last one is a panorama from the spot that we were, its 5 photos stitched. I like the way it looks despite the fact that the sun is behind the trees and there is not too much light where i was.

I hope you like them.
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Old Jun 16, 2011, 3:41 PM   #2
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Another great series, I consider these to be as near perfect as you can get.

Wonderful panorama, did you hand stitch these?
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Old Jun 16, 2011, 4:34 PM   #3
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Just excellent landscape shots, like them all. The panorama is a cool looking shot.

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Nice set of shots - I think the panorama looks great!
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Beautiful shots! I want to be there right now!
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Old Jun 16, 2011, 5:59 PM   #6
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Thank you for the comments ! I didn't hand stitch them i haven't spent too much time on the software yet. It is done with Hugin and the assistant that it has but i only changed a few positions because it was cutting out some parts that i wanted. I think the results that Hugin gives me so far are really great.

Saly you should visit Finland BUT if you want see the lakes be sure to a lot of mosquito repellent, we didn't so thats why there are so few shots hahaha
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I'm impressed with the colours you have captured in these photos geoper. Looks like a really nice place to visit which we hope to do someday. The land of my great grandfather.
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Wonderful geoper2, I love #1 and #4
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The last one is a panorama from the spot that we were, its 5 photos stitched. I like the way it looks despite the fact that the sun is behind the trees and there is not too much light where i was.
All nice and sharp. You can easily recover a lot of detail in the shadow on that last one if you want. This is a pseudo-HDR version or you can adjust the shadows in photoshop etc.

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Thanks Martin it really shows a lot of hidden details now.
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