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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    cathedral gorge, nevada


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    Excellent, Scott!
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    mormon tea in sunlight, nevada


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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter De Smidt View Post
    ... Convert the file to LAB... Change the layer's blending mode to 'color'...
    If Lightness channel is kept as-is , non-modified, then changing the layer's blending mode to 'Color' makes no difference compared to "Normal" blending. Likewise if the changes are done only to Lightness channel, then both Normal and Luminosity blending modes have identical effect.

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    That's a good point. I just always do this when I'm adjusting colors with a curves adjustment layer, as I'm not normally in LAB.
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    I frequently shoot this building trying out different films and/or camera. Now it's the Noblex 135U's turn loaded with 400TX.


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    Just a deer enjoying brunch.
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    Nice Bryan. The foliage framing makes it feel like you are sneaking up on the deer.


    I have a deer that sleeps in my backyard now and then. I didn't have to work very hard to get this shot.


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    Nice one. We have them come through the yard fairly often but they are super skittish. A few times we've come home at dusk and there's been half a dozen in the side yard, and they bound into the brush as soon as we park the car.

    Speaking of wildlife, this little guy was on the trail later that day, and so I popped my 35mm f/2 onto the F5 and aimed it roughly where he was at ground level, pretty close to him. He was not impressed.

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    I recently stumbled across a converter that allows me to use my Hasselblad lenses on my Nikon cameras. My first impulse was, "But WHY???!!!???" Then again, it was so cheap, I decided to give it a try. That was six months ago. Last night I got bored, saw it laying in the Nikon case and decided to hook it up to the D750 and see what it could do. These are all with the D750, using a Sonnar 250mm f5.6.

    That long winding road is my driveway. The telephone pole with the cross beams in the distance is at the corner where it dumps out onto the county road. Now you know why I stay home when it snows.

    The dog is named Randy. What makes this shot so rare isn't the composition (which quite frankly, sucks). But rather that he held still long enough for me to get the shot with that monster rig. A couple of weeks ago when I went out to feed the dogs, He ran around the house at about 25 miles an hour. Couldn't call him in...he's deaf as a stone. On his way by, I tried to motion him in. He kept going. After EIGHT laps around the house, he finally came up to get his dinner. And when I say 25mph, it's no exaggeration. We clocked him, all the way up the driveway aforementioned, and he kept up with us all the way to the end, and during the smooth part, we hit 30mph...which is WAY to fast for that driveway.

    The last is the same tomato vine I used to test the Bronica (which I still haven't given back, by the way...I better either pay him for it or take it back. Probably the latter.). Only the tomatoes are riper.
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