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    Steamy Night Path

    Trying to capture the steam in freezing temperatures.

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    Olympus EPL-1, 20mm, 1/25sec, f/1.7 post processing added vignette. Very noisy although reduced with Neat Image.

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    Re: Steamy Night Path

    I think you succeeded John,

    Although the source is not obvious to me.

    Would it stand a slight clockwise rotation?

    Cheers,

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    Re: Steamy Night Path

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Humphries View Post
    I think you succeeded John,

    Although the source is not obvious to me.

    Would it stand a slight clockwise rotation?

    Cheers,
    I can try that.

    Thanks Dave.

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    Re: Steamy Night Path

    If the goal was capturing the steam, then... mission accomplished, John! Besides that, it is a nice image! The noise level was well controlled, for a night shot. Rgds,

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    Re: Steamy Night Path

    Excellent image and processing.

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    Re: Steamy Night Path

    Quote Originally Posted by Otavio View Post
    If the goal was capturing the steam, then... mission accomplished, John! Besides that, it is a nice image! The noise level was well controlled, for a night shot. Rgds,
    Thanks Otavio.

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    Re: Steamy Night Path

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobobird View Post
    Excellent image and processing.
    Thanks Bobo.

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    Re: Steamy Night Path

    I wondered how it would look as a B & W with a curve on the steam to brighten it up and make it 'pop'? But, as it is, it is, as the others have said, a fine image.

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    Re: Steamy Night Path

    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    I wondered how it would look as a B & W with a curve on the steam to brighten it up and make it 'pop'? But, as it is, it is, as the others have said, a fine image.
    Thanks for the comments Donald.

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    Re: Steamy Night Path edit and conversion

    Gave it a tilt and converted to black and white.

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    Tended to emphasize the noise a bit.

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    Re: Steamy Night Path edit and conversion

    Gave it another go in black and white.

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    Re: Steamy Night Path edit and conversion

    The steam looks like a ghost in monochrome. For some reason, I'm really distracted by the car on the right. I like the color shot better. Very good quality for a night shot!

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    Re: Steamy Night Path edit and conversion

    Quote Originally Posted by fullbirdmusic View Post
    The steam looks like a ghost in monochrome. For some reason, I'm really distracted by the car on the right. I like the color shot better. Very good quality for a night shot!
    Thanks Wes.

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