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Old Mar 20, 2007, 10:06 PM   #1
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Bringing order to the chaos of imagination (Not me; Ivan!)

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Great shots with the 30D
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very nice sky,s do you got b/w conversions think that would look gr8 grt aj
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#1 is unusual and outstanding.
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Thank you

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arend

ac.smith

My goal that day was to capture clouds, this celestial lifestock (cattle?) It seems I was lucky (smile, happy).

I was hungry after a long day so I decided, after consulting my russian friend via his omnimobiletelephone, not to wait for " ze zunzet " (searchable on this very forum).

Ivan, what are you doing here?

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arend, b/w would be fun. I´ll try it. As I understand it, there are at least four ways (please add to this list if you want)

1 Make the camera register in b/w mode (the RAW file will still be in colour mode if you dubbel-expose)

2 Just desaturate a colour picture

3 Use a PS plug-in

4 Use a stand-alone program

I have no experience of #3 and #4...

Well, thank you again

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Torgny,

I love these kinds of clouds...they are so fun to capture. Keep them coming.

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