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Discussion in 'Nature' started by BillN, Jun 6, 2010.
Herman - cheated a bit, twiddle in LRB3
But it will start it off - until I can find another
Maybe not enough sky in this one..:
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My boy under the blue. :smile:
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From a recent weekend in the Lakes, also the first image I've converted with Silkypix and the first I've tried to put in a post on here. Hope it works!
EDIT:Found Silkypix a bit limited as far as adjusting size etc so exported the file with Aperture which was easier.
Sam, can you resize this one to be smaller? Here's a handy link about posting images https://www.mu-43.com/f77/how-post-images-forum-threads-316/ which should help. Many thanks!
M3, Summicron 50/2
M8, CZJ Sonnar 5cm F1.5, uncoated.
Well, the sky was Blue- but this is Color Infrared Image of the Blue Sky.
Nikon Coolpix 950, converted to Visible+Infrared
Ooops, I just noticed this thread is in the "Nature" forum. Sorry about that, OK to delete post above if not appropriate!
I'm taking it that "Blue Sky" IS nature.
Two blues! First GH1
I came upon this scene in NYC the other day.
some blue sky
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Toned up or down, I cant remember lol.
Somewhat similar to BBW's. Not taken with M43...
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E-PL1 & 45-200mm
Couple from taken from a hike last Sunday to get acquainted with my new E-PL1.