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Honfleur, France

Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by Janine4d, Jul 10, 2011.

  1. Janine4d

    Janine4d Mu-43 Regular

    I got back from vacation in France yesterday with 4 SD cards worth of photos. Here are some from Honfleur with the Holga lens. Editing with adobe camera raw and color efex pro. I took photos with my other lenses too but they will need more editing to look interesting, it's gonna be a while until I'm done with them I think. :wink:

    Fish & Chips by Janine4d, on Flickr

    Restaurant by Janine4d, on Flickr

    Honfleur 1 by Janine4d, on Flickr

    Honfleur 2 by Janine4d, on Flickr

    Honfleur 3 by Janine4d, on Flickr

    Honfleur 4 by Janine4d, on Flickr

    Honfleur 5 by Janine4d, on Flickr

    Honfleur 6 by Janine4d, on Flickr

    Honfleur 7 by Janine4d, on Flickr

    Honfleur 8 by Janine4d, on Flickr

    Honfleur 9 by Janine4d, on Flickr

    Lantern Couple 1 by Janine4d, on Flickr

    Lantern Couple 2 by Janine4d, on Flickr
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  2. tomrock

    tomrock Mu-43 Regular

    Jun 21, 2010
    Indianapolis, IN
    These are great. I like your processing.

    Can't wait to see more.
  3. petach

    petach Mu-43 Top Veteran

    Feb 18, 2011
    Honfleur is a delightful town in my estimation and your shots with that lens does it justice. Very nice tones and mood. I got back from France too yesterday (Monet garden) but am nursing a bad case of stomach upset from a bad bowl of Moules a la creme. Spoiled the whole weekend really. Anyway, I love your photos and I am going to post a few myself of the gardens.
  4. red

    red Mu-43 Veteran

    Sep 21, 2010
    ahhhhhh, Honfleur! I was there two years ago - what a beautiful town... and Satie was born there.
    What gorgeous & exciting pictures - for sure I will mount my Holga lens for my next trip!

  5. Janine4d

    Janine4d Mu-43 Regular

    Oh I've been to Monet's garden too but that was years ago, not this time. Looking forward to your pics. :smile: One more photo then, the Pont de Normandie on the way back home (holga lens as well):

    Pont de Normandie by Janine4d, on Flickr

    I often see things while in the car that are worth taking a photo of but you can't just stop in the middle of the road. And when taking a photo from within a moving car it's never going to be top quality. So I like to just put on the Holga lens then, it's just different kinds of photos really, hard to explain, but it captures the moment well and all the dead insects and smudges on the windscreen don't affect the "quality". :wink:
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