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Wetland Walk (Four Photos)


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These were taken at this time yesterday on a walk in a protected wetland preserve.  The wild daisies are out but it will be another month for the rest of the wildflowers and milkweed to appear. My walk concluded after the fourth photo, when my cane fell off the bridge to the water below.   So be it.

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13 hours ago, Louis said:

Somehow, I often have problems with processing the dominated green color, but I thing you did a great job with all the pictures in this set.

Louis, Thank you so much for your complement. I must admit though, that I would not know how to process what you describe. I don't own any PP software. These are all jpegs out of camera with only minor cropping. I love the way this camera renders colors and when set to BWHD, I think the black and white results are pretty accurate too without post processing. 

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16 minutes ago, mikozia said:

Makes me want to go for a walk. Still waiting in our neck of the woods.😊

Thanks. It appears to me from your photos that you are out and about with a camera pretty regularly. 

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7 hours ago, war said:

Louis, Thank you so much for your complement. I must admit though, that I would not know how to process what you describe. I don't own any PP software. These are all jpegs out of camera with only minor cropping. I love the way this camera renders colors and when set to BWHD, I think the black and white results are pretty accurate too without post processing. 

Wow; really impressing colors! 

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On 6/4/2024 at 2:02 AM, Louis said:

Somehow, I often have problems with processing the dominated green color, but I thing you did a great job with all the pictures in this set.

Agreed with Louis. It is very nice job, even if not post-treated. Camera renders well, certainly, but metering is and framing are yours.

Regards,

Stef.

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On 6/9/2024 at 1:45 PM, Bohns said:

Agreed with Louis. It is very nice job, even if not post-treated. Camera renders well, certainly, but metering is and framing are yours.

Regards,

Stef.

Thank you very much.

Wally

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