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Old Jul 7, 2004, 4:24 AM   #1
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I was playing around last night. They don't make cameras pretty like this any more.







The first isn't at the angle I wanted, it came out the best of the pictures that I took of the front though. Re-sizing degraded them a bit. And I've just noticed dirt that I've missed when cleaning. :lol:
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Old Jul 7, 2004, 6:04 AM   #2
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Intersting perspectives , ferny !

Hey, I have the same camera at home !

One hint.

When you shoot at grey objects (no matter for them tobe dark grey or silver) it can happen, as it does here, that there are coloured reflections from environment light.

You have yellow-red reflections on shot1 and 3 as well as cyan reflections on shot 3.

In this case it can be useful to use the sponge tool brush in desaturate mode.

This way you will easily remove that color cast without being noticed.


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Old Jul 7, 2004, 1:41 PM   #3
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The yellow was intentional. I had a 40w bulb shining on a chair. I have no idea where the cyan came from, no blue here. :?: It may have been a result of lazy post-processing.

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I only got this one because it was cheap and had a 50mm lens. I was looking for an srt-101. I like this now it's in my hands though. The lens it has with was a Rokkor MD, not an MC. I bought a 50mm MC lens a couple of days ago and now I've just bought a 303 which comes with the same lens. Murphy's Law in action. :lol:

I still want my 101.
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Great shots! I really like 3 and they are all very good and fun perspectives!
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Thanks Amy.
And sergio who I forgot to thank. :lol:
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The yellow was intentional. I had a 40w bulb shining on a chair. I have no idea where the cyan came from, no blue here. :? It may have been a result of lazy post-processing.
Ok for the yellow. The blue can either come from the post-processing ( a color alteration can sometimes occur when performing an automatic level adjustement ) or, in many case, directly from the sky !
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