Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/09/09

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Subject: [Leica] Dye Transfer
From: mark at (Mark Rabiner)
Date: Thu Sep 9 21:38:11 2004

On 9/9/04 10:10 AM, "George Lottermoser" <> typed:

> Mark Rabiner9/8/04
>> Just as long as none of the leaves move!
>> Otherwise it gets kind of trippy!
> Trippy - arty - whatever. These possibilities do intrique me as do all 
> things
> photographic. Have you seen the large format work using digital scan backs 
> for
> landscape? where the water falls a little different in each linear scan 
> area
> but the rocks are dead sharp and 'normal' looking. The scanned moving water
> fall looks like no waterfall has ever looked - not unlike the trippy way 
> water
> falls or any moving water looks during long exposures - or the moving 
> stars -
> or - well the world can look many different ways depending on what we
> 'photograph' it with.
> Fond regards,
There's a progressive RGB drop down filter in which they are all mounted in
line and they fall in front of the lens progressively. If you catch my
You you get RGB highlights in your water spray or highlights off of.

I'm all for it!

Mark Rabiner
Portland Oregon

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