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Old Jul 15, 2013, 5:29 PM   #1
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Hi all! Was at the family summer cottage on this beautiful day. Using my K7, this is a view from outside my cabin in Nisula, Finland... the path in front leads to the lake. Thanks for looking.


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Old Jul 15, 2013, 7:44 PM   #2
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Hi all! Was at the family summer cottage on this beautiful day. Using my K7, this is a view from outside my cabin in Nisula, Finland... the path in front leads to the lake. Thanks for looking.
Looks great! Is it HDR? Or some other PP effect? It almost looks like a painting. Very interesting!
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Fantastic light! I wonder also how you managed it, I would imagine it would be hard to get such a range as what it probably was. In any case, I really, really like how it turned out.
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Looks great! Is it HDR? Or some other PP effect? It almost looks like a painting. Very interesting!
I did a few things here... for once thing, I stitched together 13 photos to mimic the peripheral vision of what one would see. From where I was standing, with my tripod, there was no way to show, even with wide angle, all the green around, outside the old sauna. I shot this in landscape mode, I wonder now if I should have used "natural" or "portrait". I did take a HDR shot with some "other" photos, but this has an HDR quality as some different high and low exposure of the same photo (of the 13) were used... Hope I am not confusing things. Thanks for looking!
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Fantastic light! I wonder also how you managed it, I would imagine it would be hard to get such a range as what it probably was. In any case, I really, really like how it turned out.
Hi Harriet! I just explained "some" of all that went on with stitching 13 photos together. There were certainly a lot ranges, deep shade where water leads into the boat. The sun was shining through and lit up areas where it managed to shine through the trees... Thanks for looking, I am glad you liked this.
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It's a work of art, well done.

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Hi Rodney! Thank you! Thanks for your kind comments. I'm still enjoying my K7, but now I am looking forward to getting the K5 IIs after I save up for it. Wouldn't mind also purchasing any of the lenses that Mole uses in this forum. Thanks again and hope you are having a pleasant summer. Ned
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Thanks for posting, really like the shot, all the work has paid off.

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I also like how you have rendered this. It looks like a lovely place to relax on a summer afternoon.
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really a remarkable shot.... it took lots of patience and a ton of skill

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