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11-25-2020, 05:17 PM - 1 Like   #21316
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Nice one! I agree with @Benz3ne above - with the K100D you can easily use iso400 or even iso800 to bump up your shutter speed. Especially true for black & white. Keep up the good work

Thank you! Gives me a good direction to go.

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I'm not normally sold on faded-sepia type shots but this one sings out to me. I did also do an edit in B&W but I think this finds just a little more favour for me.
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Frosty morning in SW Wales, UK
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Frosty morning in SW Wales, UK
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Ardderchog, Porffor!
Bumping up the ISO a bit has VASTLY improved the sharpness/lack of motion blur across these. Very nicely seen and captured.
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Ardderchog, Porffor!
Bumping up the ISO a bit has VASTLY improved the sharpness/lack of motion blur across these. Very nicely seen and captured.
Thank you! The frozen leaf was this morning, the other two from my regular dog walk on Sunday. They fitted in here nicely.
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playing with the haldclut film simulation in rawtherapee, kodak t-max 400

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Some more Monovember silliness

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Fun, though! One of the better uses of this technique that Iíve seen.
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Fun, though! One of the better uses of this technique that Iíve seen.
Thanks! It's a challenge making tiny planets that look a bit different. I have some ideas involving a ski jumping hill. It will have to be on a calm day without wind, though. I don't like heights, and definitely not swaying towers
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