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we have very calm days here with sunny weather and mild temperatures. No rain is tearing off the last leaves. So I could continue with my forest series and a few experiments with infrared.

 

Enjoy the autumnal mood.

 

 

 

 

Olympus EM5 with Summilux 15 mm

 

 

 

 

 

 

Olympus EM5 with Summilux 15 mm

 

 

 

 

 

Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit R 90 mm

 

 

 

 

 

 

Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit R 90 mm

 

 

 

 

 

Canon 5D MKII with elmarit R 90 mm

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Hi Iduna, you really do have lovely forests! These are all such nice shots...but I think the second and the last are strongest and most interesting for the simple inclusion of the shadows adding depth to the composition. What a delightful autumn you are having!

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Dee,

 

thank you very much. I share your opinion on the favourites. Forest framing is such a surprise sometimes.

 

Paul,

many thanks for your time sharing the magic forest. I am happy you like the series.

 

Michael,

thanks a lot for leaving a nice comment. It is always appreciated.

 

Hello everybody,

The famous radio button is a nice tool, thanks for clicking.

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Yes, Stig,

we di share the same liking for forests. You are right about your choice here. Strange, that the pictures seem to appeare her quite bright. My originals are woth more depth of color. Perhaps I'll look into that matter. Maybe due to this immense compression to the forum size is responsible for loss in depth ansd color range. I noticed that I had to compress from 8 MB files. I work with 16 Bit files and do the sharpness as a last step before stepping down to an 8 Bit file. With B&W IR I noticed that they need a special treatment of highpass sharpness filter also.

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Sam,

yes, with B&W it is always an abstraction and I am happy you like this one. Thank you. for your nice comment.

 

Henry,

nice to have your positive feedback. The b&w causes an immediate response. Thanks for sharing the feelings.

 

Bill,

thank you so much for this nice feedbak. I am happy the series has this impact.

 

Stuart,

thanks for sharing a moment.

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