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Old Dec 30, 2012, 10:04 PM   #11
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Great photos as usual. Nice silver lenses...too bad you have the black Om-D
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It's really no worse than someone using a set of white lenses on black bodies. I think I'll live with it for now ...
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I would consider doing that for a while too...............
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Old Dec 31, 2012, 12:40 PM   #14
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Yeah.....

I didn't comment earlier, but that's just not right...turning our bronze cowboy into the Marlboro Man .
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Old Dec 31, 2012, 1:17 PM   #15
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It's really no worse than someone using a set of white lenses on black bodies. I think I'll live with it for now ...

Nothing wrong with white lenses on a black camera body. There are plenty of Canon users who have white lenses (L lenses) and they love them. Sports photographers all have white lenses on black Canon cameras. It just shows that you have good and expensive lenses.
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Yep, lens color means nothing to me, it's the glass that is most important. A nice series of shots with some excellent lenses. I need to win a small lotto.
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Sorry about the Marlboro Man thing. But I did notice something interesting in that shot, there seems to be some pattern-thing happening in the bottom right area of the image in the foliage
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That was actually pretty good. I need to think of stuff like that more myself.

I THINK what you're seeing there has to do with branches that are very blurred, fading out and the lines are creating some sort of a pattern effect, which could have been intensified when I sharpened the file....all of which is a total guess on my part. There were a lot of branches I was shooting through, both in front of and behind the statue, in capturing that image. Going back and masking all sharpening out of that area might smooth it out quite a bit.
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