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Old Apr 9, 2005, 9:28 PM   #1
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FZ1v2w/ r72; manual wbset indoors underflorescent light (with filter attached), shot taken outdoors in hazy sunlight. Cropped a bit of sky off the top and resized; nopp color swap. Helicon noise reduction applied.


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Old Apr 9, 2005, 9:58 PM   #2
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Pretty cool stuff Fred I like it
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Old Apr 9, 2005, 10:03 PM   #3
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Very interesting ir effect, Fred. Grows on you. I'll try it. Very nice pic.
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Old Apr 9, 2005, 11:17 PM   #4
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Way too cool Fred!
I'm gonna have to get an r72 for my FZ1v2. Opens a whole 'nother world.
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Old Apr 10, 2005, 1:52 AM   #5
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why the vignetting on the bottom corners?

Looks interesting but I prefer desaturation over this and/or channel mixing.
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Old Apr 10, 2005, 2:53 AM   #6
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Very creative. I'm with everyone else. Love the effect. Well done and as always, excellent composition.

vIZnquest, the vignetting is easy to correct.
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Austin is right - so many possibilities! Please keep experimenting - I am enjoying the results a lot
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Old Apr 10, 2005, 8:10 AM   #8
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vIZnquest wrote:
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why the vignetting on the bottom corners?

Looks interesting but I prefer desaturation over this and/or channel mixing.
I think I may have left the uv filter on thus putting the r72 a further distance from the camera lens and causing the vignetting.

I think the sepia or sulphurus effect is useful for certain subjects like old church grounds. The purpose of the post is to demonstrate the use of different manual wb settings to obtain different effects. You might try setting the wb under a green or blue or redlight and see what happens.
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hiroshi,

I know how to correct it by some cloning and/or a simple crop. I just wanted to know why it was there since Fred did only some noise removal. I have the same camera but I actually remove the UV filter and put on the IR filter since I am using the default lens adapter that came with the camera. I sanded it down so the threads could seat properly. It works fine that way.
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vIZnquest wrote:
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hiroshi,

I know how to correct it by some cloning and/or a simple crop. I just wanted to know why it was there since Fred did only some noise removal. I have the same camera but I actually remove the UV filter and put on the IR filter since I am using the default lens adapter that came with the camera. I sanded it down so the threads could seat properly. It works fine that way.
Thanks for the sanding tip. If I ever have a similar problem it's worth trying.Isn't itamazing how a little sanding can make so much difference.

P.S. I did not mean to imply that you did not know how to correct the vignetting. Just that I didn't find it objectionable, cause it was so easy to fix. It was just an over-site on Fred's part.
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