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Old Jun 9, 2005, 2:03 AM   #1
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The first is a photo of my granddaughter Rachel without a filter.

Again all thanks to RiotAct for the link!

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Old Jun 9, 2005, 2:07 AM   #2
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In this one I used a Cokin Warm 81C simulated filter.
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Old Jun 9, 2005, 2:11 AM   #3
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In this one I used a Cokin Warm 81 EF simulated filter.
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In this one I used a Cokin 713 Magenta (CC20C) simulated filter.
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Old Jun 9, 2005, 2:23 AM   #5
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In this one I used a Cokin 046 FLD (85C) simulated filter.

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These were done with the Opanda simulated filter software. This soft ware can simulate Kodak, Hoya, or Cokin filters and is adjustable as to the density of the filter effect. In other words it allows you to try out a filter and vary the amount of color you add to the photo. These were done using only between 10 and 25 percent density. The combinations and amount of color change is almost limitless. If you'd like to try them go here and download them. A 2.4 Mb download for each of the two versions.


http://www.opanda.com/en/pf/index.html


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Nice demo Ed.
I use a different version of Photoshop filters that cost $200 more, but these look great for free ones.

All the best, Paul.

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They are alright, but I still like the ones on the camera better. I just need to play around with the ones on the camera to find when and when not to use them. If your not careful I can see me using them too much and losing some good shots with just the camera lens.

They c-a-n b-e adictive.


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I know what you mean, I've just ordered three Cokin P grey grads for the SLR's.
As long at the skies don't blow out to complete white, a colour filter can be added at a later date.
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I downloaded the filter software Dawg, hopefully I will get a chance this weekend to play with it.

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