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Fog-K5 filters--Panos--Am I forgetting something?
Lens: 18-250 pentax Camera: K5 Photo Location: Saugus River 
Posted By: charliezap, 09-10-2011, 09:09 AM

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I left for work a few minutes early to try my luck at some morning fog shots down on the Saugus river.The tide was low and it was starting to brighten up at 6:15 am.Maybe in a couple of weeks the tide will be up at that time and it should be a wee bit darker.I'm still enjoying using the K5 filters.--charliezap
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09-10-2011, 09:26 AM   #2
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I like the first one best Charlie, you can sure get the "feel" from it. I see you like to play with processing too....I like it almost as much as shooting. No matter the time of day or the weather, you can always sit down and spend hours playing with what you have already shot, getting different looks and new ideas. Gotta love that!
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Nice series throw in an HDR and I think you got it covered
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I love it. It is something out of the usual PP. Nice to see something new and creative.

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I love it. It is something out of the usual PP. Nice to see something new and creative.
The credit goes to the K5 that has a myriad of digital filters that you be creative with.---charliezap
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Capn, you're sure having fun with the filters. I especially like number 2 - a surreal urban scene. Nice stuff, my friend.

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echo a previous sentiment... nice to see some of the k5's creative filters put to very good use.... get that abstract feel.... fine work charlie... dave m
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Hey Charlie, the more you play, the better you get. Great shots, I just have to keep playing with the filters to get them right like yours are. thanks Bob

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Capn, you're sure having fun with the filters. I especially like number 2 - a surreal urban scene. Nice stuff, my friend.

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echo a previous sentiment... nice to see some of the k5's creative filters put to very good use.... get that abstract feel.... fine work charlie... dave m
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Hey Charlie, the more you play, the better you get. Great shots, I just have to keep playing with the filters to get them right like yours are. thanks Bob
It's fun to play around with the features that may otherwise go unused.I have enough crummy pictures to play with that sometimes get a second life thanks to the filters..--charliezap
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