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Old 08-02-2018   #11
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LOL, I suppose I could say that. I'm happy with several of the shots I've processed. Still have a few to play around with.
Will we see some of them here?


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Will we see some of them here?
Why not? Work has been ridiculously busy these last couple weeks.

One of the mining buildings.


A private home I believe.


Not sure what this building was, but it was near the vault.
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The middle photo in this last sequence has one of those timeless ethereal qualities. Wonderful!
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Thank you Geoff.
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Couple more shots...
Boone store


A wide shot showing part of town looking down Green Street.
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Greg, nice photos of Bodie. I really have to visit this place. I would suggest that you number your pictures as you post them as this makes it a lot easier for a reviewer to refer to any given image. For those of use who are more technically inclined, like me, it would be nice to know the IR filter used and other relevant information and for B&W conversions, it would be nice to know how they were done.

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Thanks WG. I'm using a Nikon D610 converted to 590nm. The first 2 photos here were processed with one of Nikon's NX programs (can't remember what's on my laptop ATM) while I was there. They really need to come up with better names.
They rest are all done in Darktable. The B&W conversions mostly used Darktable filters: Tone map, Zone system, Equalizer, Levels (from time to time), Bloom.

The ruins near the vault used a heavier amount of Bloom to get that IR film white halo effect.
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Thanks WG. I'm using a Nikon D610 converted to 590nm. The first 2 photos here were processed with one of Nikon's NX programs (can't remember what's on my laptop ATM) while I was there. They really need to come up with better names.
They rest are all done in Darktable. The B&W conversions mostly used Darktable filters: Tone map, Zone system, Equalizer, Levels (from time to time), Bloom.

The ruins near the vault used a heavier amount of Bloom to get that IR film white halo effect.
Thanks Greg. I have never used Darktable, however the few reviews that I have seen on it, rate it fairly favourably. It would appear that, from your work, this rating is quite justified.


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There is a learning curve with it. It comes with over 60 modules for various adjustments. As time goes by, I've been able to develop a style of sorts with it. I should go back to some of my earlier shots and apply what I've learned to them.


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