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Hello. Many years ago I discovered the Panoramio layer in Google earth. I loved the concept, it greatly improved the GE user experience. I was happy to learn that I could contribute too. So, in August 2008 I decided to join the fun. This gallery is mainly for photos destined for Google earth, but there are some other photos here too. Some photos are simply "point and click" photos taken on the run. Others are more elaborate, being more artistic or planed in general. I am just a happy amateur which love to take pictures, and hate missed opportunities for a good photo. I am especially fond of HDR picures, and to make large panorama sceneries. I'm also trying to make better low light photos and want to improve my photo skills in general. ________________________________________ I'm from and living in Norway, the rocky European outpost in the northern Atlantic ocean. I am a male and a 80 model. I got a Master of science in physical geography from NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) in Trondheim, Norway. I'm now looking for a geologist job. I love a good walk in the mountains and a god bicycle ride. ________________________________________ I've been a Panoramio Forum moderator since September 2011, for English and Scandinavian languages. My primary function is to help both newcomers and experienced users with their issues. I'm also the editor of the FAQ. ________________________________________ You can use the PM function here in Panoramio if you wish to contact me, concerning the use of photos or other things. ________________________________________ Current equipment: * Cameras: Canon EOS 7D, Canon EOS 450D (backup), FujiFilm Finepix F10 (compact). * Lenses: Tamron SP AF 17-50mm f/2.8 XR Di II VC, Tokina AT-X PRO 535 DX AF 50-135mm f/2.8, Tokina AT-X PRO 116 DX AF 11-16mm f/2.8, Canon EF-S 18-55mm 1:3.5-5.6 IS (kit lens) * Tripods: Gorillapod for SLR, Velbon DF60 and Cullmann 53100. * Bags: Retrospective 20 (Pinestone) shoulder bag, Lowepro Flipside 500 AW backpack. ________________________________________ All pictures on one page: ________________________________________ All photos listed by popularity:
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Thanks for your vote!

Roar, Actually, neither. This is another multiple-exposure image ... 9 exposures at +/- 1.0 EV. The motion comes from the final few exposures, the longest of which was 5 seconds. I'm really happy with the motion blur that I get from moving water and HDR photography, and of course the darkest exposures give me the tones I need for protecting the highlights.

Roar, Sorry that I missed your comment on this one. I'm glad that you like it! I'v enjoyed the few staircases that I've photographed when shooting church interiors. Here's another one that you might like. And I think you've already seen this one.

Thank you very much, Lady - I'm happy that you like it. The placement of the window does play a little trick on the eye. This was a bugger to compose!

Hello Roar and Erik. Thanks for the great comments on this one - this was my personal favorite from the day of shooting around the town. I'm happy that you like it.

Thank you very much, W. Schmidt !

Lovely and moody evening shot! Voted!

This was a well framed and cool shot!

Really good urban night shot! Another like.

Lovely reflection and symmetry Voted!

Nice green shot! Voted!!



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