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Old Nov 25, 2007, 6:37 AM   #1
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Very good shots Torgny, great use of slow shutter on the first one, really lovely colours on the second shot.
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Old Nov 25, 2007, 8:12 PM   #4
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Very good shots Torgny, great use of slow shutter on the first one, really lovely colours on the second shot.
Thank you, Alex, for viewing and commenting. Complementary colours, I think. Never understood the physics behind it

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Torgny, I especially liked #1.Decent use of slow shutter speed indeed! ( I know it would bea nasty joketo youasking if it's handheld:!

Still, checking the histogram I think it would requiresomelevels adjustmentfollowed bya little highlight recovery @ PS...which I leave to you; )

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Old Nov 26, 2007, 5:34 AM   #6
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Torgny, I especially liked #1.Decent use of slow shutter speed indeed! ( I know it would bea nasty joketo youasking if it's handheld:!

Still, checking the histogram I think it would requiresomelevels adjustmentfollowed bya little highlight recovery @ PS...which I leave to you; )

Cheers!
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Yes, handheld. EF 17-40. Very, very sharp lens. No IS though. I worked on it a bit. Was this something like you had in mind?

Also enhanced the brown at the lower right part

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Old Nov 26, 2007, 5:46 AM   #7
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Torgny, I especially liked #1.Decent use of slow shutter speed indeed! ( I know it would bea nasty joketo youasking if it's handheld:!

Still, checking the histogram I think it would requiresomelevels adjustmentfollowed bya little highlight recovery @ PS...which I leave to you; )

Cheers!
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Yes, handheld. EF 17-40. Very, very sharp lens. No IS though. I worked on it a bit. Was this something like you had in mind?

Also enhanced the brown at the lower right part

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A wonder of acapunture job on your feet* turning them into a duopod, I might say:G

As for your edit, Iguess you may also liked it more, as I do!




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Torgny, I especially liked #1.Decent use of slow shutter speed indeed! ( I know it would bea nasty joketo youasking if it's handheld:!

Still, checking the histogram I think it would requiresomelevels adjustmentfollowed bya little highlight recovery @ PS...which I leave to you; )

Cheers!
:-)

Yes, handheld. EF 17-40. Very, very sharp lens. No IS though. I worked on it a bit. Was this something like you had in mind?

Also enhanced the brown at the lower right part

Torgny

A wonder of acapunture job on your feet* turning them into a duopod, I might say:G

As for your edit, Iguess you may also liked it more, as I do!



Yes, I do, been working like a slave. Thank you. Cyclists, especially professional ones, talk about a third leg, due to the extensive use of very hard saddles, but we should perhaps not go too deeper into this matter

Let me only say that had I only been a couple of months younger I wouldn´t have felt handicapped at all

Cheers

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Torgny, I especially liked #1.Decent use of slow shutter speed indeed! ( I know it would bea nasty joketo youasking if it's handheld:!

Still, checking the histogram I think it would requiresomelevels adjustmentfollowed bya little highlight recovery @ PS...which I leave to you; )

Cheers!
:-)

Yes, handheld. EF 17-40. Very, very sharp lens. No IS though. I worked on it a bit. Was this something like you had in mind?

Also enhanced the brown at the lower right part

Torgny

A wonder of acapunture job on your feet* turning them into a duopod, I might say:G

As for your edit, Iguess you may also liked it more, as I do!



Yes, I do, been working like a slave. Thank you. Cyclists, especially professional ones, talk about a third leg, due to the extensive use of very hard saddles, but we should perhaps not go too deeper into this matter

Let me only say that had I only been a couple of months younger I wouldn´t have felt handicapped at all

Cheers

/T
Lol!You don't need todeliberately introduce a third parties, do you?

http://digitalcontentproducer.com/ca...eo_inc_duopod/

I know, you're only as old as you feel

Cheers!





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A friend of mine, Ingvar, used to ride over 400 kilometers, not stopping once, to his school in Ystad.

He was a elite cyclist. His girlfriend, Gina, won a swedish championship (team tempo)

I never had those ambitions but still have a phantom feeling in that third leg. Oh, sorry, that makes it four legs.

I´ll buy that bicycle the forthcoming spring. It will hopefully make me four-legged, like our cousins

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