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Dag 23 - Ørholm Mølle



I dag var en smuk vinter dag. Her er et blik ud over Mølleåen ned mod Ørholm mølle. Denne mølle har en ganske interessant historie, idet den oprindeligt blev opført til at producere korn - for senere at blive anvendt til at producere henholdsvis krudt og papir. Læs mere her NetogNatur.

D300 med et Nikkor 12-24mm f/4G ED-IF AF-S DX Zoom. Yderligere data: ISO 200, 1/100 sek, F/11 og 24mm.

I dage købte jeg også en licens til Noise NinjaPro 2.3 plug-in. Jeg har læst meget om detnne plug-in, der anvendes til at fjerne støjdata i billedet. Og selv ved et billed som dagens foto, der jo er taget ved gode lysforhold på ISO 200, gennemfører programmet en synlig støjreduktion. Jeg er imponeret og kan derfor anbefale Noise Ninja Pro. Prisen er ca. 500 kroner incl. moms.


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