Thanks Birgit! Warm filters are not very saturated in color. Black and white contrast filters are very saturated. They don't work very well with digital cameras, because they activate only about a third of the pixels - there is a huge loss of resolution. Warm filters do, but it's the same as changing the white balance.Oh I did not know that. I have "warm" filters - not the same?
Your hand puppet is a marvelous portrait LOL
It'll turn everything red. It'll look hot!Nope, warm would help with color, but you really don't want to use a red filter on color. It's really totally red. I've yet to use mine on B&W though...
In fact, I think I'm going to use it on the color film I'm shooting tomorrow, see what happens :biggrin: see if it messes with the whitebalance :wink:
"Know their onions"! How cool is that? :Wink: But I think the from a previous century is even better! Makes me feel like I'm in a Jules Verne story!Be careful Koen, these B&W FILM men from a previous century 'know their onions' :biggrin:
Thanks Charlie! But is it permanent? I'll probably stick with salicylic acid. :Curved:I really like it Chris...but I am not sure about the wart - or is it a pilar cyst - between your thumb and forefinger?? NX2 can offer cheap treatment:biggrin:
Thank you Tim! You know, going film is a dangerous proposition. It's rather addictive.Yes sir it is. When I first starting getting more heavily into photography and not just picture taking I started reading Adam Andsels books. I was amazed at how much he relied on red and orange filters to make the contrast pop, get dramatic skys among other things(besides being a wizard in the darkroom and having a penchen for waiting for days to get the lighting right, an option I dont have these days...)
The effect that the wind blowing the tree branches around a bit really add to the overall feel of the 26th shot. Your really giving me the itch to try to find a cheap film body to try some film with my FF primes.
The good thing is that film cameras can be had for a tiny fraction of their original cost. And it doesn't take a fancy one to get identical images as the top of the line, cause the 'sensor' is replaceable!