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Old Feb 23, 2013, 9:16 PM   #1
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Our local photo club went to the Ukrainian Historical Village again this year for over 20 years (only 3 for me).

This time, I used the E-30 (about 10% of the shots) and mainly the OM-D with the Rokinon Fisheye and 45mm.

This is a couple of shots:







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I love that second shot...well done!
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Old Feb 24, 2013, 7:35 PM   #3
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Thanks Tullio !

There are two more (HDR this time):





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I like the second HDR especially.

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Great compositions in all, thanks for sharing.

P.s. the one with the red yarn appeals most to me of all. Would you care to share the technique used?
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Great compositions in all, thanks for sharing.

P.s. the one with the red yarn appeals most to me of all. Would you care to share the technique used?
Hi,

I used the Tintii software to remove every colours but red. You can still see some red on the leaves and branchs.

For more info : http://www.indii.org/software/tintii

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