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Old Oct 19, 2012, 11:06 PM   #1
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Default Autumn Colours (can't get enough)

It has been a stunning fall here at the west end of Lake Ontario. Some really beautiful days of clear skies, oh so blue and really wonderful colour. I have been shooting when I can, processing from raw. Shooting with ISO 3 stop bracketing, manual exposure, and with Oly and Nikkor lenses. For some reason starting to enjoy shooting with the Nikkor 35mm.
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Lens: Oly M.Zuiko 14-42mm Kit MK1, 
processed from Raw, 3 exposure hdr


Lens: Oly M.Zuiko 14-42mm Kit MK1, 
processed from Raw, 3 exposure hdr
was not happy with shot, processed as an hdr and it turned out rather pleasing, much like my eye saw it.


Oaks and a Pine

lens: Nikkor 35mm f2.8 plus linear polarizer
, processed from Raw


Sugar Maples

lens: Nikkor 35mm f2.8 plus linear polarizer
, processed from Raw


Sugar Maples

Lens: Oly M.Zuiko 40-150mm f4 plus circular polarizer
, processed from Raw


And I'll sneak in a car photo
The Beetle, 
Silver Lake,
Lens: Oly M.Zuiko 40-150mm f4
, Processed from Raw
And the polarizer was in the camera bag

Thanks for looking, happy shooting
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Old Oct 20, 2012, 7:59 AM   #2
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.......wow! Love'em, beautiful and the lenses worked so well.

These make me want to go lookin' but I did that yesterday and there just isn't anything close to that here.

The beetle shot is wonderful.
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Nice shots, the second one is my favorite
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Great colors! Nice.
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Thanks for the comments. Hard not to get pleasing shots with the fall we have been having.
Bob, the car shot was a hoot -- we had stopped by a lake I like to have a look at but the light was flat, the lake looked sad. No shot to be had. As I am grumbling about having missed the light, my wife says "shoot the beetle". hadn't even thought of taking a shot of the car.
Ra, the second as I said just did not work with the camera originals. Even my raw processed shots lacked the punch the scene presented. So I ran them again preparing for the hdr. Photoshop merge to hdr, a little tweaking and this was the result. Glad that I had turned on the 3 stop bracket that morning.
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