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post #16 of (permalink) Old 10-20-2007, 11:52 PM Thread Starter
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Excellent photos everyone. Hell I may just drop by London Drugs and get some film, but first I have to dig out my SLR.
I have a Canon A1 that is my old workhorse.
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post #17 of (permalink) Old 10-21-2007, 12:18 AM Thread Starter
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quote:thanks... great picture! but...not to be a nuisance or anything, but.. can you add some sunshine to it?
Here you go Chris. Just getting over a bad cold myself.


One more from today that I kind of liked.

ISO was set at 50, speed 1/15 F8 (all my little camera can do)
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post #18 of (permalink) Old 10-21-2007, 10:30 AM
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Steve, those are excellent shots, great job in making those. I'm a huge fan of black and white, it suits mountain landscapes so well.

Heres a few from this summer:


Some of these were just done in lightroom, and the one with a different watermark was a product of photoshop. For conversion, I tend to use channel mixer or the greyscale sliders in Lightroom, and some dodging and burning in photoshop if I really want to Ansel a photo...
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Surreal...almost creepy....Wow!
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That seems to work well.

SuperTwink's IR shots are fantastic.
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Thanks Russ... I can feel the warmth, oh wait, its just my laptop [)]

at least this rain means a good dump of snow... right?
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This is one neat thread, black and white sure brings out some neat photo effects. Awesome shots ...

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Thank you The Hiker and The Shadow! I really like IR shooting. It adds a whole new feel to B&W.
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