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Taken in Southampton, England using a Leica M9 and 35mm Summarit f2.5. Processed in LRCC including a Kodachrome 64 preset.

 

Gerry

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Everything seems to have a strange blue halo. Was this the effect you were going for? I recently aquired the RNI presets to try the extrachrome one and I actually quite like it. I'm not normally a fan of using presets. 

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Everything seems to have a strange blue halo. Was this the effect you were going for? I recently aquired the RNI presets to try the extrachrome one and I actually quite like it. I'm not normally a fan of using presets. 

 

 

The Kodachrome preset I use is blue heavy, which I do desaturate on some occasions, but I didn't think it was too bad on this shot. Maybe I should take another look. Thanks for commenting.

 

Gerry

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Thank you for your reply . Very nice photos and very impressive! I had posed this question because in France, circus is synonime of animal maltreatment. Thanks again .

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Thank you for your reply . Very nice photos and very impressive! I had posed this question because in France, circus is synonime of animal maltreatment. Thanks again .

 

 

No problem. Circus with animals are a thing of the past in this country.

 

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The last Circus here in Australia, has just announced it's closing too.  They stopped elephants and lions long ago, but struggled on with dromedaries.

 

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