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IceBone

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His excellent 70-200 f/2.8 and some weird wide angle that doesn't register neither focal length nor aperture properly. o_O
 

mgkdk

Aced mod training!
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^ Nice colours

I was out in the forrest yesterday (getting cold and wet)
 

IceBone

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Unorthodox focus, but I like the colours. Also, as it was pointed out before: Horizons, get it straight! :p
 

47

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I see your leaves mgkdk and raise you...some more leaves! :D
 

Dr_Q

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All out of poorly flatbed scanned B&W MF negs now. Should be scanning some photos that are actually OK in in a drum scanner tomorrow though. :canadian:<- had to use this smilie, it's awesome.
 

MXM

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As much as I love the look of those brakes, I'd rather keep it all B&W (and get rid of that SUV...). The whole selective desaturation thing is getting a bit old for me. Not as much as HDR-mania, but it's still just a gimmick which makes a photo look weird and unusual, and the effect is wearing out.
 

DoN

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His excellent 70-200 f/2.8 and some weird wide angle that doesn't register neither focal length nor aperture properly. o_O
wrong :)
its prime 200/2.8 - couldnt afford 70-200.
and the wide angle lens is peleng 8mm fisheye (it is manual, so it doesnt recognize the aperture)
 
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