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col.campbell

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  • Matterhorn Glaciers

    I just want to keep looking and looking
    • 11 Sep 2017 9:55PM
  • Washed Out

    Both are superb.
    • 27 Jul 2017 2:58PM
  • Red Macaw

    I wish I could get this close to my Grey (or rather, my wife's Grey) - too dangerous!
    • 30 Jun 2017 6:18AM
  • Ka-Boom!

    Excellent! Like it a lot. You were most definitley in the right place at the right time, well done.

    I'm guessing, was there a fire lit on the ground which they then flew over?
    • 13 Jun 2017 5:00PM
  • Entropia


    Quote:Great b&w, make a neat album cover...

    ... As long as the album is also named Entropia!
    • 26 May 2017 6:46PM
  • Find a penny, pick it up (obverse)

    Thanks for all your replies folks.

    I'm pretty sure the working space is sRGB. I'm using Photoshop CS6, and Windows 10/ default image viewer/ Edge browser. The comment about Firefox has rung a dim and distant bell; I used to use it. I'll have to revisit it and see if that helps.

    It's not actually as red/ warm as I'd intended; not quite. The late evening sun had rendered quite a strong colour cast, if that's the correct terminology.

    And I used extension tubes to fill the frame. I've seen distortions - I don't know the correct term - before when using them. I uploaded a shot of a pair of cufflinks recently, for instance. Would a nifty fifty serve better with extension tubes, having fewer moving parts?

    Thanks for all your help, I really appreciate it.
    • 20 May 2017 4:49PM
  • Find a penny, pick it up

    I've no objection to allowing mods, if anyone can let me know how. It's not a Plus members only feature, is it?

    My point wasn't that I couldn't get the colour right; I was happy with it in photoshop but the minute I saved it and opened it in Windows it looked flat and dull so there's probably a photoshop setting amiss somewhere. All suggestions gratefully received!
    • 19 May 2017 10:20AM

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