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canon 300d
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goooood! i love this green.

Posted by ervin at July 10, 2004 09:41 AM
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interesting, what are they watching? or are they just relaxing?

Posted by Jim Green at July 10, 2004 10:10 AM
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pretty much just relaxing. the hill overlooks the track for the indy car race that is on this weekend, but really you couldn't see anything from there except grass and fences and signs.

Posted by matto at July 10, 2004 11:49 AM
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I like your wonderful photos.

Posted by Akinori at July 11, 2004 06:43 AM
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they seem to be looking in awe to that poster lol
a great composition
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Posted by Sandra Rocha at July 11, 2004 01:35 PM
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How - if you are at all - are you manipulating the image to get the green? To shoot such green on both Bata and this image on two very different stocks.... if it's natural, that's eerie. If it's your handiwork, that's really wonderful.

Posted by TPB, Esq. at July 15, 2004 09:04 PM
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I always manipulate my images in photoshop to achieve the desired effect. Sometimes more successfully than others!

In the case of the two images in question: the first one (guys on the hill) is from a digital raw file and was very low chroma to start. I played with the colour temperature (raised it) and saturation a fair bit to get it so warm and saturated. The Bata one was taken midday with a great Canon lens on nice Fuji film, and was naturally very high-key to begin with (both the actual scene to my eyes, and the exposed film) but I definitely manipulated it in photoshop to get the desired technicolor effect.

Glad you liked it! Thanks for the nice comment.

Posted by matto at July 15, 2004 09:55 PM
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