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07-07-2015, 01:14 AM - 1 Like   #9826
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kobie Quote
I was talking about the k200d lol
That's right what I thought. I did not have a B/W portrait of my Spottie at hand (which anyway is younger than the Tak).


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A couple of black and white photos from Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial.

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07-07-2015, 04:39 PM   #9828
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Hope it's allowed since it's from an Olympus XA, using Ilford XP2...


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Nice Photo!

QuoteOriginally posted by Rondec Quote
A couple of black and white photos from Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial.

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I like historical photos Rondac. This is nice!! Wish that you were back in Nebraska, however the photo scenes aren't as prolific here.

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QuoteOriginally posted by jimH Quote
I like historical photos Rondac. This is nice!! Wish that you were back in Nebraska, however the photo scenes aren't as prolific here.
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Snoozing through the thunderstorm...(xposted to Pets)
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You can sure tell the direction of the prevailing winds. Nice shot!
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My second picture developed with LR5 ... now I do understand how to play with bricks ... is there a way to clean spot due to the sensor in LR5 ?

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Stumbled across this scene just a short while ago.....a group of Glow Plugs getting stuck into a Spark Plug....with a bunch of Nuts just looking on and doing nothing! The Spark plug turned out to be a real Champion

K200/4 and K3

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QuoteOriginally posted by Jorgario Quote
My second picture developed with LR5 ... now I do understand how to play with bricks ... is there a way to clean spot due to the sensor in LR5 ?

Yes. On the right side of the screen, just below the histogram there is an icon that looks like the male symbol. If you click on that it will give you a spot heal option that works well for sensor dust. You can actually click on it in one photo and then sync it with other photos taken at the same time to clone it out of all of them (since the dust will be in the same spot on all of the photos).
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