Things that are usually too small to see ...

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Things that are usually too small to see ...

Post by AnotherFairportfan » Tue Apr 17, 2018 5:58 pm

... unless you're looking for them?

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He had done a good job of covering his tracks, but that was to be expected. After all, one does not conspire to ruin a House and murder a queen and then just stand there waving and waiting patiently for retribution.

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Re: Things that are usually too small to see ...

Post by Dave » Tue Apr 17, 2018 7:33 pm

Are you suppressing the usual green color of foliage in those images?

If not, I'd say you have the nicest crop of slatevetch I've seen in a long time.

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Re: Things that are usually too small to see ...

Post by Warrl » Tue Apr 17, 2018 7:55 pm

Dave wrote:Are you suppressing the usual green color of foliage in those images?
Makes me think of our visit to Bryce Canyon a few years ago. I took a LOT of pictures. Unfortunately my phone somehow decided that ALL the pictures should be taken with a blue filter.

The color scheme of Bryce Canyon is very close to monochromatic - red, red, red, and for variety, red. Blue filter equals black-and-white photography.

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Re: Things that are usually too small to see ...

Post by AnotherFairportfan » Wed Apr 18, 2018 2:18 am

Dave wrote:Are you suppressing the usual green color of foliage in those images?

If not, I'd say you have the nicest crop of slatevetch I've seen in a long time.
The Nikon has a "Selective Color" effect - you can choose up to three colours for it to reproduce, and render the rest as greyscale.

If there had been any small red flowers, i could have shown them, too.
He had done a good job of covering his tracks, but that was to be expected. After all, one does not conspire to ruin a House and murder a queen and then just stand there waving and waiting patiently for retribution.

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