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Hikari

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No problems, Will. I'm usually stabbing the dark when it comes to intricacies of colour management so your example is a good one to learn from. It's always been hard to get colours right inside this Cathedral because of the combination of natural and artificial light. The GH1 has great white balance outdoors in daylight but can get tripped up indoors.
You were actually lucky in this image. The a curve controls the green/magenta and essentially the correction take the green and magenta out without touching blue/yellows. If a cardinal was somewhere in the image in a red suit, then this correction would have been more complex.

WB can really not compensate for mixed lighting situation. It can only try to find a point where two perpendicular axis, blue/yellow and green/magenta, is the most balanced.
 

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I've been going back and forth with this one as to which I like best, the non-corrected image is interesting because it isn't real ... while the color-corrected is interesting because it is 'more' real. I think this is a philosophical and in this case more of a theological dilemma than a choice for mere mortals to make.

Gary
 

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I've been going back and forth with this one as to which I like best, the non-corrected image is interesting because it isn't real ... while the color-corrected is interesting because it is 'more' real. I think this is a philosophical and in this case more of a theological dilemma than a choice for mere mortals to make.

Gary
Actually, it is just up to the photographer. ;) I just thought Nik would be interested in the technique whether he finally did this to the image or not.
 

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Borrowed the 20mm for a night on Saturday. Great IQ from this lens, don't see that it is lacking anything other than focus speed, compared to the PL25. The slightly wider FOV for these indoor shots worked very well.

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Thank you. It worked really well for me. Problem is in most cases the 25 does everything right for me, rarely do I feel it is too long. I would really like to own it, but owning the 14 and 25 is pretty sufficient. Also the banding issue with the OM-D scares me a bit.
 

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We went fishing today and while the rods were cast my daughter made a second rig. She used a stick, some line, a hook and some pepperoni off her pizza, then hooked a whopper!

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I came across a blind Dachshund that rides around in a make-shift basket last week in Ueno, Japan.

Shot at f/1.7 with a GX1.

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Here's two using the P20 on an Olympus E-PM1.
 

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Lunch time - Cotacachi, Ecuador
EPL-1, 20mm

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Is this cannibalism?? :rofl:

See more images from Ecuador here. (Check back often as I will be posting new images almost daily for some time to come.)
 
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