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WR On Non WR Equipment
Posted By: Kerrowdown, 11-22-2014, 08:22 AM

Abstract WR on non WR Kit.

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11-22-2014, 08:29 AM   #2
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.....And now for something completely different........I like this a lot, however you capture/created it, the product is super! Excuse my ignorance on this....but,,,what does WR stand for?
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.....And now for something completely different........I like this a lot, however you capture/created it, the product is super!
Thanks very much.

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what does WR stand for?
WR is weather resistant, which the latest Pentax kit has on offer, not like my old stuff.
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I like how you presented the image. Great and looks like wet paint. TFS, J

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I like how you presented the image
Thanks very much.
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That is a nice presentation I like how the two horizontal lines lead you from left to right.

Well done!
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Excellent, but it must have been a bugger to meter-- +2 E/V for the glary parts and hope for the best?
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That is a nice presentation I like how the two horizontal lines lead you from left to right. Well done!
Thanks very much.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote

WR is weather resistant, which the latest Pentax kit has on offer, not like my old stuff.
If your kit is still perfectly working, it means that for one day at least it has been WR!
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but it must have been a bugger to meter
Right enough, but the image has also had a little help in PP.
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but the image has also had a little help in PP

Ha, the dynamic range is such that I'm thinking that might have been quite the rodeo--more than worth it, though.
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This reminds me of the La Brea Tar Pits.
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more than worth it, though
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La Brea Tar Pits
If you tilt your head to the right and view the image all will be revealed.
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Thanks.



If you tilt your head to the right and view the image all will be revealed.
Is it BACON!?
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Is it BACON!?


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