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Old Mar 16, 2007, 3:53 PM   #1
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Hi Torgny,

Nice shots! Wish I had the time to go and shoot... So instead of going out and shooting some all I can do is play with other peoples pictures and try different things with them. I hope you like this variation of your first picture. I tried to get a Velvia look to it. I don't know how well I did, But here is the result.

I hope you like it....

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Hi Torgny,

Nice shots! Wish I had the time to go and shoot... So instead of going out and shooting some all I can do is play with other peoples pictures and try different things with them. I hope you like this variation of your first picture. I tried to get a Velvia look to it. I don't know how well I did, But here is the result.

I hope you like it....

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Old Mar 18, 2007, 12:09 PM   #6
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Nice captures of scenes by the sea

Good edit by Rudy

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Old Mar 18, 2007, 2:39 PM   #7
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Rudy,

Why don´t you bring the camera and take pictures along the road to and from your work. Still working the third shift?

The ordinary, "all-dayish" can turn out to be something very special. If you can do it, and I´m sure you can, it´s more of a challenge than going for a photo safari.
That is a "statement" (postulation)

The three pictures. Thanks for editing and posting what you see.

When we post pictures, they are no longer "ours".

They belong (are given) to the viewer. I am glad that I made you see these pictures (and what they tried to re-present) the way you did.

If it is better or not is not interesting. It is different and it is yours

Strange. When I was standing there with my "registrator", I wondered:

Would it be "better" in for instance sunlight, or with a setting sun, or in rain. Don´t know. It sure would be different.

Next time I´ll be going there and it is not raining, I´ll bring a bucket and pour water over the cliffs
to see how it looks

Not all of them of course; that would be even more tiring than working the third shift (smile)

That would be some hardware saturation (smile)

Come on, Rudy

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Old Mar 18, 2007, 5:11 PM   #8
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Thanks for the link.

Oh, yes, it was in the good old days, somewhere around.... (knirk, knirk) - it´s my d... rockingchair....

Yes, I remember, quite dramatic colours. Thanks for viewing

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Hi Torgny,

I would except that by the time i see something I am there. It is a two minute drive to work. LOL!!!

I was just starting to see the last of the Snow... But guess what? It SNOWED last night!!! Now we got 4 More inches of that darn White Stuff!!!! GGrrrrrrrrr!!!!

I have one of my days off planned for going out and shooting. I hope everyone Likes Black, White, Brown and Gray... That is it for color until Spring. And before you say "Shoot B&W" I Really want to see some color again...

You know something like this:



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But All I see know is This.....





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