Dramatic Tone Filter in New Jersey

FlyPenFly

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Kind of reminds me of season 2 of the wire.

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mauve

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Anyone knows if this filter has been made available as post-processing option for users of previous camera bodies in Olympus Viewer 2 software ?
 

mauve

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Someone tried to do it with editing the EXIF but it crashes the software.
Sad move from Olympus. I appreciated to be able to apply e-p2 / e-pl1 exclusive filters in PP on my e-p1 RAWs. To play their cards closer to their chest by restricting the new E-5 / e-pl2 filters to new comers is a bit greedy. I didn't expected them to release a new firmware with those filters for older cameras, but software's cheap, especially when said software is a free download !

Cheers,

Ps, BTW, I forgot to tell it, but I like your pictures very much.
 

syilim

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Lovely shots Fly. I absolutely love the dramatic tone filter, especially on skies. My GF wasn't half pleased when i used it on her face though, real close too. lol. Could've placed in some resident evil game and she'd fit right in!
 

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