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    Hi, I shoot this back in april 2008 using my 350D on my NN3

    the first 4 where shoot Sigma 8mm f/3.5 EX DG - 6 shoots around ( x 3 AEB)


    http://www.dxn.ro/dxn_pano.html?pano=ManastireaBarsana1


    http://www.dxn.ro/dxn_pano.html?pano=ManastireaBarsana2


    http://www.dxn.ro/dxn_pano.html?pano=ManastireaBarsana3


    http://www.dxn.ro/dxn_pano.html?pano=ManastireaBarsana4

    and this high resolution one shoot with 18-55mm @ 18mm 38 photos ( x 3 AEB)


    http://www.dxn.ro/dxn_pano.html?pano=ManastireaBarsana5

    the colors where changing from weet to sunny
    (was rainy before and sunny and windy at the end during 1-2 hours timeframe)

    cheers,
    Dorin
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    Great shots beautiful churches...
    But please tell us something about them.

    Terry
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    Dorin,

    Wow! excellent color and sharpness. Good job!


    Nick



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  4. Re: The smallest panohead on the trip to the tallest wooden churches

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    Thank you both for the replies.

    Terry, here are some info about Wooden Churches of Maramures

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wooden_...Maramure%C5%9F

    in short: during 17th and 18th centuries there was forbidden to build stone orthodox churches so the people start to build in wood not only churches but houses.. almost everything.
    Even nowadays they build a wooden house w/o using a nail. They are very focused on details and is the most beautiful and preserved region of Romania. In the second half of 20th century the guy that made these panos was born there

    Dorin

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