Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/10/25

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Subject: [Leica] Yesterday's walk
From: daniel.ridings at (Daniel Ridings)
Date: Mon Oct 25 04:27:36 2004
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Thanks Didier,
I almost chose that one as a main.

The light was fascinating ... coming in almost, but not quite, parallel
with the directing the boat was in. Depending on where you stood you got
different reflections off the white paint of the boat. It was tricky
because I didn't want to blow out the side of the boat.

Thanks again,

On Mon, 25 Oct 2004, Didier Ludwig wrote:

> Daniel
> my favourite is Bohusl?n 4, a great composition:
> I dont know if it's your scanner doing that, but I like the mainly light
> grey tones on this photograph. It gives a marine, cloudy but bright, autumn
> athmosphere. The contrast is still here with the dark tones at the
> waterline of the ship's body. Works well for me.
> Thanks for posting,
> Didier
> >I'm not real happy with the scanning. I'm working on it.
> >Daniel
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