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1 Kalundborg
2 Asnæsværket power plant, 14 km
3 Kalundborg Fjord, old name "Hærvig"
4 Halsskov Odde peninsula, 44 km
5 Asnæs peninsula, 8 km
6 Store Bælt eastern bridge, 44 km
7 Store Bælt
8 Romsø island, 25 km
9 FYN
10 Digersbanke, 25 km
11 Lindø shipyard, 37 km
12 Fynsværket power plant, 45 km
13 Æbelø island, 46 km
14 Lille Bælt
15 Troldemose Bakke 110 m, Jylland, 60 km
16 Endelave island, 36 km
17 Røsnæs Lighthouse, 3 km
18 Old lighthouse, 1,7 km
19 Samsø Bælt
20 SAMSØ
21 Ellemandsbjerg 99 m, Helgenæs, Jylland, 48 km
22 Agri Bavnehøj 137 m, Mols Bjerge, Jylland, 59 km
23 Vejrø island, 24 km
24 Hjelm island, 44 km
25 Sønderskov, Djursland, Jylland, 59 km
26 Kattegat

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Location: Vågehøj (55 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2013-09-19, 16:41
The Sharp observer will notice that a similar pano with a similar title has been uploaded earlier. The main difference is, that a stand of Pinus nigra obstructing the view over the point of Røsnæs has been cut down. Now the view is almost undisturbed.

I can take (some of) the credit for the cutting - I tried to explain to the inspector that a) Pinus nigra is an introduced species, and b) the more open view would turn the viewpoint into a pure blockbuster among viewpoints. I am glad he listened:-)

The pano was made from 20 pics (RAW), 50 mm, iso-100, f/10, 1/400 sec, developed in DPP (cloudy, neutral, moderate sharpness), stitched in PTgui pro, contrast adjustment, down scaling and sharpening in IrfanView.

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... lightness, more details, more to see - so better than the other one, IMHO. Unfortunately without the agile cow ;-) KR Arno
2013/11/02 15:29 , Arno Bruckardt
I like it much - great to scroll through the entire pano !
Have you thought about to brighten it a bit - just a nuance ? VG HJ
2013/11/02 19:38 , Hans-Jürgen Bayer
Reload on 10164 
@HJB1: I have "brightened up this dull day" a bit on my test site (10164). Please tell me what direction you want to go. LG Jan.
2013/11/02 22:28 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Very beautiful landscape study. Both versions are good, I prefer this darker, as always... LG Fried
2013/11/03 05:49 , Friedemann Dittrich
It will not come as a surprise that the darker version is more to my taste, too. My impression is that you have succeeded in capturing the essential characteristics of this landscape. LG Wilfried
2013/11/03 09:08 , Wilfried Malz
Hi Jan, thanks for sharing with me the brightened up version. Mostly I prefer light and bright pano. Did you decrease the contrast ? However it appears that the colours now are less saturated as on the current version. Maybe try with tone mapping by lifting the middle and upper levels, so that the contrast remains crisp. The bright parts will become more bright, of course, but this is what you expect anyway when looking into the sun.... HJ
2013/11/03 09:36 , Hans-Jürgen Bayer
My only complaint would be that one of the freight ships is partially hidden by a tree (;-))! Big like from Canada otherwise! Augustin
2013/11/03 17:12 , Augustin Werner
Workflow 
Thank you for the opinions. HJB has analysed the situation well - in the test version I first tried to brighten up the whole 2 ticks, but that wasn't so good. Then, as he suspected, I was afraid to make the sunbathed sea even more blinding, so I tried to brighten up 1 tick + gamma correction to 1,10. That would mostly brighten up the midtones. But it isn't that good either.

Both versions are de-saturated 1 tick, but the test version had a slight "digital" cast, so I took out/added a little blue/yellow.

Later in the evening I will try to brighten up the whole thing, and then lower the darker parts (that is what I like best in the pano - the dark clouds and the dark/clear horizon) - the sunlit landscape I agree is too dark.

LG Jan.
2013/11/03 19:02 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Reload II 10164 
The new reload: GIMP - curves - in the high end of the curve it has been dragged to the left = lightened with dynamic range kept. LG Jan.
2013/11/03 21:43 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Scheint ja eine schwierige Geburt zu sein, obwohl ich gleich beim ersten Betrachten anerkennend bemerken mußte, wie fein gezeichnet alles ist, auch, wie gut beherrscht die große Sonnenschein-Fläche ist, und wie die Schwarzkiefern überwunden wurden. Ich finde jedenfalls, daß alles bestens gemacht ist.
2013/11/03 23:01 , Heinz Höra
Before some days I saw a version I didn't really like. I think it was a little bit darker and with less fine outlines.
The ship in the lighted area is the eye-catcher, great!
LG Jörg
2013/11/04 19:55 , Jörg Nitz
Really great Landscape study Witz fine structures as always! But vor ne it is top dark!

Greetings Seb
2013/11/06 08:04 , Sebastian Becher
@seb 
What do you think about the test version, #10164? Lg Jan.
2013/11/06 09:02 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
A REAL reload... 
Everything brightened a little (a tick brightness and a tick in "curves", shadows kept dark, with levels in GIMP), a little red and magenta taken out (GIMP), no de-saturation, down-scaling and sharpening in Irfanview. LG Jan.
2013/11/06 20:51 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Wow, great! I think now it is not to increase anymore, isn't it?
LG Jörg
2013/11/06 20:58 , Jörg Nitz
Chapeau Jan!!! LG Hans-Jörg
2013/11/06 21:49 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
Mit Hochachtung schaue ich auf den perfekten Horizont. Ausgezeichnet!! Herzliche Grüße Velten
2013/11/08 08:07 , Velten Feurich
A very authentic presentation (especially light and colors), I think.
2013/11/09 22:25 , Jörg Braukmann

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