Isefjorden in the distance   22048
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1 Kongsøre Skov, 22 km
2 Skansehage (Odsherred peninsula), 35 km
3 Holbæk Kirke
4 Hønsehals Skov (Tuse Næs), 16 km
5 Sønder Asmindrup Kirke, 3 km
6 Klintebakke 33 m (Halsnæs peninsula), 39 km
7 Arnolds Knold 48 m, 8 km
8 Halsnæs peninsula (northeastern Sjælland), 39 km
9 Isefjorden
10 Inderbredning
11 Orø island, 17 km
12 Hornsherred peninsula
13 Bavnen 60 m, 22 km
14 Risbjerg 56 m (Hornsherred), 21 km
15 Allingbjerg 58 m (Hornsherred), 21 km
16 Inderbredning
17 Julianehøj 69 m (Hornsherred), 23 km


Location: Mørkemose Bjerg (105 m)      by: Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Area: Denmark      Date: 2015-04-18, 18:41
A small tele of the part of Isefjorden visible from Mørkemose Bjerg. Both on location an at the PC it presented som problems. With such small details, a 300 mm would be desired, but with the obscuring trees that was not possible. I tried, but only the part to the first tree made sense. And I don't think it would be right to remove the trees and remake the obscured part by stamping. And I think that showing only the first part would be lacking something. I therefore made a series with the 70-200 mm, with max zoom and still including the trees. I think this way the main objects of the landscape can be seen and also presents the landscape naked and honest. There are better views of the fjord from other locations, but from this distance it gets a certain relevance.

Pano made from 11 pics (RAW), 70-200mm@131mm, iso-100, 1/500 sec, f/7,1, developed in DPP (daylight, neutral, ALO off, moderate sharpness), stitched in PTGui pro, contrast, downscaling and sharpness in Irfanview.

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Hi Jan, irfan view bug (older version) at the right right end.
2018/04/30 20:59 , Steffen Minack
Bug removed.
2018/04/30 21:31 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen

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