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Old November 17th, 2008, 08:17 AM
Valentin Arfire Valentin Arfire is offline
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Location: Ipswich, Suffolk, UK
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Originally Posted by Mike Shimwell View Post
The small town of Vik, on the bank of Sognefjord has two ancient churches. A stave church and the stone church. This is a 3 shot pano of the stone church - I've a more complex pano to assemble of the interior of the stave church later.

IIRC both churches were 'saved', and the stave church at least rebuilt here, by an 18th or 19th century architect.

3 shots, 1Ds3 and ZF35. Handheld as we were moving on by now and the children had had enough of the tripod at the stave church! The original prints 29 by 18.5 at 300ppi, and looking at it I should probably correct the converging verticals before I epend paper on it!


hello again Mike,

sorry if there is something wrong with this - I know it is your photo and just trying to correct some perspective on your picture - I think.

I used PTGUI to add some verticals and after horizontal alignment a little photoshopping.

a freeware with similar results is hugin.

regards - Valentin,
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