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Posted By: MarkJerling, 11-05-2014, 05:05 PM

A beautiful day for ballooning!

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11-05-2014, 05:07 PM   #2
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Oops balloons must have deflated.
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Oops balloons must have deflated.
Yes, don't know what happened to the picture! Will try again!
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Yes, don't know what happened to the picture! Will try again!
Yep they're there now, but obviously not speaking to each other... great vivid colours in the image.

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Yep they're there now, but obviously not speaking to each other... great vivid colours in the image.
Thank you. No post processing on this one - It was a perfect day and my K-5 captured it perfectly!
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QuoteOriginally posted by MarkJerling Quote
Thank you. No post processing on this one - It was a perfect day and my K-5 captured it perfectly!
The picture is very good, but I would never imagine that it was just off the camera! Great colours!
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The picture is very good, but I would never imagine that it was just off the camera! Great colours!
Thank you. Perfect sunshine day. Apart from the slight crop I did not have to do anything to it.
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this great Image- very nice and professional, I like the framing!

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this great Image- very nice and professional, I like the framing!
Thank you Ivor!
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love those Pentax colors, great capture.
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love those Pentax colors, great capture.
Thank you Bob! (I have to say I was particularly surprised with the lack of sensor dust in the photo. Usually, there's at least one dust bunny in there!
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Thank you Bob! (I have to say I was particularly surprised with the lack of sensor dust in the photo. Usually, there's at least one dust bunny in there!
So you are telling that I am not the only one who is always quarreling with the dust?!
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Blue balloon, blue balloon, blue balloon ... where are you ?! Nice

(Try saying that one fast and repeatedly ... )
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So you are telling that I am not the only one who is always quarreling with the dust?!
Nope, you're not alone!
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So you are telling that I am not the only one who is always quarreling with the dust?!
I suppose if I did not change lenses it won't be a problem, but I'm always blowing crud off the sensor.
At some stage a bit of dust migrated to above the focussing screen, which does not, of course, affect photos, but is very, very annoying when I look through the viewfinder. Thus far I've not worked up the courage to unclip the focussing screen!

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Blue balloon, blue balloon, blue balloon ... where are you ?! Nice

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Thanks Jean - Now I have everyone in the office look at me funny!
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