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Wonderful capture of a nice pair colour for me. Well done.
WesternRed.
banehawi Plus
16 2.3k 4176 Canada
6 Mar 2019 1:08AM
Its a nice shot. What are those spots on the right side, and between the ladies?
Tooma Plus
4 2.1k 3 Scotland
6 Mar 2019 1:27AM
Nicely done, Ian. Smile
Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
6 Mar 2019 2:09AM
Excellent image. Good focus and I go for mono...
Isabel GrinGrin
AlfieK Plus
3 1 1 United Kingdom
6 Mar 2019 7:20AM
Excellent composition. GrinGrinGrinGrin
Alfie
woolybill1 Plus
14 34 76 United Kingdom
6 Mar 2019 7:44AM
Colour gives visual impact; mono is subtler and thought-provoking.
Regards
Bill
viscostatic 14 47 9 United Kingdom
6 Mar 2019 8:29AM
Mono for me.

Phil.
clicknimagine Plus
10 723 101 India
6 Mar 2019 11:06AM
lovely shot...
dudler Plus
17 1.4k 1739 England
6 Mar 2019 11:29AM
I think I prefer the mono.

The spots that Willie mentions look to me like dustbunnies - time for the blower when the lens is off...

Nice work.
mac Plus
19 9 Scotland
6 Mar 2019 12:37PM
John & Willie: A bit of a mystery with the spots. I photographed the ladies twice from the same spot and the version I did not use had no spots on it at all. I also took some pictures with a lot of blue sky and again no sign of any spots. I have given my camera a bit of a clean with the blower so see if they come back.
Ian
6 Mar 2019 2:14PM
A great candid image, great composition/pov, hard to decide which I prefer, I like them both.
A superb image Alfie itís got the lot light shadows beautifully composed.

Carole
pablophotographer 9 1.7k 389
7 Mar 2019 12:39AM
I prefer mono mrs likes colour.
Sounds like we have character differences. Any lawyer around?
pablophotographer
dudler Plus
17 1.4k 1739 England
7 Mar 2019 8:32AM
I've noticed that dust is far less of a problem with mirrorless, oddly enough. I think, perhaps, that when it does settle, it's easily disturbed and moved. And Olympus have a decent self-cleaning routine built in, as well. It can be saving us all a lot of trouble...
pablophotographer 9 1.7k 389
7 Mar 2019 1:07PM

Quote:I've noticed that dust is far less of a problem with mirrorless, oddly enough. I think, perhaps, that when it does settle, it's easily disturbed and moved. And Olympus have a decent self-cleaning routine built in, as well. It can be saving us all a lot of trouble...


Opting for a bridge camera has made me worry only for marks on the filter rather than the sensor. As my priest says marriage is the only official prerequisite for divorce.
dudler Plus
17 1.4k 1739 England
7 Mar 2019 3:50PM
And - barring extreme macro capability - marks on the lens or filter show as flare or general degradation, not sharp images. It's a bugger if dust does get into a bridge caemra or a compact, though!
barrywebb Plus
14 44 7 United Kingdom
7 Mar 2019 6:16PM
Nicely composed image. It's the mono version for me.
Barry

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