Saturday, 13 July 2013

Artistic Colour Filtering

Not much happening, well you can always play with the colour filtering on your Point and Shoot camera and create something like this below.










20 comments:

  1. Hi Roy I commented on your post yesterday, just about an hour ago and I see it is not there. are my comments still going into spam!!! Any way as you are an expert in photographing Dragonflies, can you look at my pot today and let me know the name of the one on my post please. Yes I do like your experimenting. Do you use photo shop? I particularly like 4/6/8/9 shots. There are quite atmospheric. Anyway please check your spam for me and have a great weekend. Margaret

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    1. Hi Margaret, yes the other comment was in the spam filter and this one was in Comments and the spam filter . I dont know whats going on.?? I will look at your post.
      No this is done in camera in my Sony 'point and shoot'.

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  2. HI Roy Sorry I have to write to you here on your post but as you know I cannot give replies as they are still disappearing from my post!!! Very annoying. Anyhow, many thanks for all the web site information you sent to me, that will be very helpful. I had looked up some web site before I post so I had guessed corectly as it turns out. I must be learning from your photos. I don't think I can do what you did on my camera and I have not got into photo shop as yet That a pity as I also like experiemnting. Many thanks for your help on both matters. Margaret

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    1. Its OK Margaret, I rescued this one from the spam section.???

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  3. an interesting filter Roy. Colour does me good and I miss seeing all of it. I guess it's one reason I keep forgetting to try taking black and whites. It's fun to experiment though; cameras can do so many things these days

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    1. Thanks Carole, I do like to take black and white as well when you can get the right subject.

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  4. It's always good to find out what all those extra menus do Roy! You've got some interesting effects here!...[;o)

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  5. Wow...how unique! It really makes the color "pop"! I love the poppies.

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  6. Yep, when you really have nothing else to shoot it is a good idea to play that way!
    The first one is my favorite!
    If you have shots of grouses, I would be more than happy to see them!
    Cheers, Roy, enjoy your sunday!

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    1. Thanks Noushka, I would like to get some good shots of Grouse, I have some of the Pheasant as at the top right hand column.{:))

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  7. Cool effect. Beautiful shots as always.

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  8. Hey Roy... Well that sure is one way to make a Poppy pop!! ; )
    Very unique, and I see from one of your replies that this is achieved with your camera, is that right?
    My very favorite one is the fourth one, can't explain why, but I like it!! : )
    Grace

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    1. Thanks GG. Yes achieved in camera. I like the fourth and the sixth swell.

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  9. Hi Roy

    These are very cool photos.

    Guy

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  10. Here you have to love. I do not like so much, but my husband is also in this way like you to photograph :-) It's also pretty fun to see but I do it myself not so

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    1. Thanks Helma, something different for a change.

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