Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2005/02/27

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Subject: [Leica] PAW 14
From: lambroving at (William G. Lamb, III)
Date: Sun Feb 27 11:14:52 2005


Like the concept, but the colors look very de-saturated on my TFT.
Are you on a Mac?

Love the place, not having to live there. Here are two recent examples
of mine which attempt to break the convention. Not easy, I agree.





At 12:34 PM 02/27/2005 -0500, you wrote:

>I've been hammered by my day job and haven't made a decent image in
>couple of weeks.  Frustrated, but nothing daunted, I walked down the
>Duke of Gloucester Street in Williamsburg yesterday.  I have three or
>four useable images, but this is the one I offer:
>Those of you who've ever visited Colonial Williamsburg know how
>difficult it is to slip the half-nelson the place imposes visually,
>because the Foundation strives mightily to control the way we see the
>"historic" capitol.  I've been banging my head against this for years,
>with few successes.

Replies: Reply from chandos at (Chandos Michael Brown) ([Leica] PAW 14 [and some more Colonial Williamsburg images])