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I've been meaning to add more, just been distracted lately... so here are a few, still from the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario. The Bruce Trail cuts across the 'beach' in the first image. Man, without great footwear with proper support, my feet and ankles were pretty beat up after walking that entire stretch. Dipping my feet in the frigid Georgian Bay water helped some!
M9 & 28 Cron except the last one is the 21 Lux. Sorry if some of these are a bit crunchy... Photo Mechanic's sharpening option is either on or off, and off is too soft when scaled to this size. Too lazy to play with various output sharpening options in LR, and no inclination to use PS.
Michael, I think your interpretation of digital files and how you process film scans is quite similar. That might be one of the best renditions of Portra 160 I've seen in ages. I always think of it as a lower contrast, softer film, but that one of the bikes really feels clean. Not sure how else to describe it. #2 is also intriguing.
Gary, great colours and compositions in this set. Still amazed your working from SOOC Jpegs. Also love the first one of the previous set. BTW, what is that? I could see that image printed really huge.
Charles - nice set and interesting contrast in the rendering of the portrait by your son vs. the other images.
najibs - great to see more from the X1.
Paul - love the bench image!
joanlvh - I'm not sure what the problem is? Looks like you shot through a window.
Jonas - love the 'union jack' one especially. It's magic to my eyes.
Joe - nice find - 50 Cron?
Doug - I really like this one, as well as the 'Cisco Kid' portrait on the previous page.
Anderw - wow, great use of the 50 Lux. The subject in some of these really pop out.
Hilmar - very nice! How do you like the 24 Lux for general stopped down work? With the 21 Lux I've found it's better than I expected. While there is a fair amount of CA, it cleans up and the complex mustache distortion can be problematic, but often can be minimized. While I'd still like to try the 21 SEM, having f/1.4 available at any time has been more useful than I imagined for a wide angle lens. In fact, I really like the look from it wide open, so tend to shoot it either at f/1.4 or at f/8 through 11 for best corner to corner performance.