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Lens: 50mm Camera: SMC Pentax-M 50mm F2 Photo Location: Gulmarg ISO: 64 Shutter Speed: 1/200s Aperture: F5.6 
Posted By: gmans, 06-07-2018, 08:10 AM

Kodachrome 64 and K1000 camera.

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like a painting from an old fairytale
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Thanks for like painting, for some reason I keep thinking ice cream. cheers.
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Thanks for like painting, for some reason I keep thinking ice cream. cheers.
You wouldn't want an ice cream out there, you'd want a mug of steaming hot milk!

Nice photo

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You wouldn't want an ice cream out there, you'd want a mug of steaming hot milk!

Nice photo
Thanks and all the best. Milk was goats and on rations. but it was good. cheers
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being from Canada, I really know how this one feels! Good work gmans!
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being from Canada, I really know how this one feels! Good work gmans!
Was little bit for me and couple of weeks bounded in. Was fun.
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I like these sort of moody pics, I have similar ones with lots of snow coming down. Very nice. To cool you down on a hot summer day, drag the pic out to cool you down.


Since this is the place to share experiences please consider;

Remove the purple cast which spoils the pic a wee bit. The sun is often just behind the snow laden clouds and in a mysterious way penetrate the clouds, so the falling flakes on their way to the ground reflect rays from the sun so that the overall light is “leaning” toward the yellow spectrum. Not a lot but certainly noticeable. I have seen it many times during my annual ski trips to Japan.


Cheers

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It is a tough call for any automatic white balance to get it right.

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To true the balance sampled many when print first hoping, cheers
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Nice use of Kodachrome!
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Nice use of Kodachrome!
Thank you and was lucky some times the guess with temperatures. Cheers.
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Great shot Glenn! You inspire me to use my camera more frequently in the Winter time. :-)
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Great shot Glenn! You inspire me to use my camera more frequently in the Winter time. :-)
Thank you Janse and all the best. thank you"
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Makes me cold just looking at it.
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Makes me cold just looking at it.
Was minus 15 to 20 celsius at mostly. Bit cool for me.
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