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1 P. 61 m, 17 km
2 Avedøreværket power plant 170 m, Copenhagen, 71 km
3 Bavnehøj 62 m, 18 km
4 Kirke Hyllinge (church), Hornsherred peninsula, 32 km
5 Rockwool International, Tåstrup, 51 km
6 Hagested Skov forest, 16 km
7 Waste deposit heat plant, Roskilde, 48 km
8 Hagested Kirke (church), 15 km
9 Restaurant tower, Roskilde 47 km
10 Roskilde cathedral, 46 km
11 Roskilde Hospital, 46 km
12 Maglehøj 69 m, 53 km
13 Skt. Nikolaj Kirke (church), Holbæk, 21 km

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Location: Vejrhøj (121 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2013-04-01, 19:08
I had "hoped" that I could "leave" Vejrhøj after the last pano, but the view up there on aprilfools-day was exceptionel. Therefore you must endure two more panos from there...The first one is a kind of "YES, we can!"-pano - that the +70 km view to Avedøre-værket WAS possible:-) This evening was even better than the week before, and the evening light made Sjælland stand out very clear. A little something about Avedøreværket and Roskilde Cathedral:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aved%C3%B8re_Power_Station

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roskilde_Cathedral

This time the camera was mounted with a 300 mm lens + 1,4 converter (420 mm), my birdphoto-equipment, and I made a few series with that. I also made series with the 300 mm only, but since I mainly wanted to show the farthest buildings, I stuck with the 420 mm pano. Handheld it is more difficult to achieve good results, but since this is a short pano it turned out ok.

Pano made from 6 pics (RAW), 300 mm + 1,4 converter = 420 mm (x 1,6 cropfactor = 672 mm KB!) handheld, iso-200, f/7,1, 1/1600 sec, developed in DPP (6200K, 6/10 sharpness, landscape-modus), stitched in PTgui pro, very little xtra contrast, re-scaling, and sharpening in IrfanView.

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WHOW!! 
2013/04/17 20:20 , Christoph Seger
good work!
VG
2013/04/17 22:26 , Danko Rihter
Very well Jan!!

Kind regards
Gerhard.
2013/04/19 00:25 , Gerhard Eidenberger
Als Fernsichtdokumentation bemerkenswert, die weit entfernten Objekte sind sehr deutlich und scharf erkennbar. Die vielen Windräder im Vordergrund sind natürlich nicht so attraktiv, läßt sich aber nicht ändern.
Eventuell müßte das Pano noch leicht nach rechts gedreht werden? LG Fried
2013/04/19 17:30 , Friedemann Dittrich
Hi Friedemann. The windmills aren't exactly pretty, I agree. My own way of judging if it should be tilted are all the thin flag poles; they seem alright I think. If you on the other hand think, that the two windmills to the right seem to grow a little in each direction, I can only agree with you. They seem to do so also on the single frame where they appear, so I don't know what to do about it. Maybe they become a little distorted by the lens? I have put the single frame on my testplatz, #10164. Any advice is welcome; it was not exactly hard work to stitch them...:-) LG Jan.
2013/04/19 22:13 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
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@Friedemann: I have made a slight tilt...is it what you meant? LG Jan.
2013/04/21 22:21 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Hello Jan, I also have viewed the single picture on your Testplatz, I think it is ok. Best regard, Fried
2013/04/21 23:31 , Friedemann Dittrich

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