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M 246 this afternoon ....... 


 



 


the next 2 are sharpened 100% crops 


 


thanks for looking 


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and a 12500 shot hand-held with my Voigt 12/5.6  ...... which shows you just how dark this church is inside ......

 

 

and a 100% crop to show the grain/noise .....

trying to recover any more of the virtually  black foreground shadows proved impossible due to horizontal banding and vertical light streaks ...... 

 

 

thanks for looking ...

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the sort of image you can only take with an MM ........ super .....

Thank you, yours also. The IQ on the new MM is truly remarkable.

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Swan Attack

 

I watched this swan attacking ducks on a pond for a good 20 minutes. Technically flawed, but I tried, with limited success, to capture the drama.

 

Link to full resolution version on Flickr

 

 

 

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Do you feel that the image is over processed?

 

Constructive criticism would be appreciated.

 

BTW I took it using a red filter which, with hindsight, was probably overkill.

 

 

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M246, Summilux 35 ASPH FLE

 

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Do you feel that the image is over processed?

 

Without knowing what your intentions were it is difficult to say but I'd say, yes, IMO you have gone a bit overboard with the controls in your software programme. The tonality looks rough and somewhat claustrophobic and I'm not sure the red filter was very helpful in this regard (if a red filter ever can be helpful

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Without knowing what your intentions were it is difficult to say but I'd say, yes, IMO you have gone a bit overboard with the controls in your software programme. The tonality looks rough and somewhat claustrophobic and I'm not sure the red filter was very helpful in this regard (if a red filter ever can be helpful

). 

 

Hmmm, yes I take your point. I think now the red filter was certainly a mistake, admittedly is was a bit of an experiment as I've never used a red one before, and although I did want to emphasise the clouds they've have probably ended up over emphasised and the lake too 'busy'.

 

Orange filter next time and lighter hand on those sliders?

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