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Tyler State Park, Bucks County, PAD200IR, 18-200 VRF/7.1 1/320 Processed NX2, channel swap CS5http://kathycavallaro.smugmug.com/
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Kathy,Nice job, once again. As usual, your color renderings are very will done.
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Hi Bill,Thanks for taking the time to look and the kind comment!http://kathycavallaro.smugmug.com/
Very pretty, Kathy. Looking at the side of the building, it seems a tad off-kilter. (Or that could just be me being off-kilter.)Mickhttp://www.mickklassphoto.comorVisit my nikonians gallery
Thanks Mick!You're right, it's slightly off. I'm going to replace it. Don't know why I don't always run them through DxO, especially when HH.http://kathycavallaro.smugmug.com/
Very pleasant to viewPaul
Thank you Paul!http://kathycavallaro.smugmug.com/
Another nice one Kathy. The overall effect is quite peaceful.
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Thanks Matt,Always a pleasure to hear from you!http://kathycavallaro.smugmug.com/
Nicely done, Kathy. I can hear the rustling of the leaves, summer's over.~LarryC (eLCee)
Really nice picture.What conversion did you get for your camera?
Thanks Bill,It's the super color filter from Lifepixel. http://kathycavallaro.smugmug.com/
Hi Kathy, been away for a while. Just rejoined. Great Image. I think IR works best with a diversity of natural colors which convert best to IR.
Love the picture.