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Old Feb 26, 2009, 9:47 AM   #1
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Old Feb 26, 2009, 9:59 AM   #2
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The DIGIC IV.JPG interpretation of the scenery. The algorithms in this image processor is based upon millions of photos made by photographers from all over the world. Socialist's format? Hope so



How blue was it really? Do not know. Something in between perhaps? My epistemological postulate:There is no way to know



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Old Feb 27, 2009, 2:33 PM   #3
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Torgny my friend WOW i really like these shots great composition, but between the 2 i think the 2nd one stands out more for that scene on the colors, maybe it is a tad to much blue but for that specific scene i think it looks great, nice work
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wow, I quite like these!
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Socialist's format? Hope so..
LoL! I liked that : ) Magical setting there for the 'blue hour', btw!

Still, (regarding the jpeg and raw conversion comparison above) I believe once having set your own 'default' or 'auto', sayfor landscapes-at least- on 'HSL' settings of the CS4'sraw developer,you'll be more than pleasedattaining finer and more faithful colour graduations and somewhat extended DR (than the jpeg), which will go a long way...After all, you can't applaude a tenor clearing hisvoice, can you..?


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These really stand out for me from all the others. I think your take of #1 does it for me. Great work......again!
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Old Mar 2, 2009, 8:48 PM   #7
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Thank you all for your response. I spend several hours a day out in the nature. Sometimes the natural colours strike me as "unnatural" and I expect to experience them as even more "unnatural" when they are downloaded to the computer and viewed on a 3*8 bit monitor.

So I think to myself. What if it was possible to take a photo of a photo, or perhaps even a photo of a photo of a photo, at the actual location - a strange idea of course, but on the other hand I cannot be the only one, who, as the days pass by, get so blind for the existing array of colours, that the extremes seem natural.

Really donĀ“t know how to express this properly in English. Two philosophers come to my mind. Immanuel Kant with his "blue glasses" and Edmund Husserl with his phenomenological idea of "placing the world within parenthesis"

Hope this makes some sense. Thank you for your patience


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