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Finnish lakeside in winter, HDR with LC1

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Welcome to the Forum. Based on this lovely image you have a good eye and I look forward to seeing many more of your photos.

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Excellent colors and detail. Almost monochrome. Nicely seen and welcome aboard. What camera and Lens?

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Thanks for the warm welcome! Camera is the the LC1 from Panasonic, the sister of the Digilux 2. Here is another image of the series ...

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