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    We went out for the day to Hughenden first - but it was crammed full and then we stopped to look at "The Dashwood" private cemetry above the Hellfire Raisers Club (caves beneath)


    Tea"

    However, there is some magnificant Armour in a collection there







    and these are my FIRST EVER Art Filter captures "in camera" - taken a few seconds apart, as the clouds moved in and, started to darken, a little but I made them darken a lot











    and the Turret and the Orangery - verticals ??? just about ok







    Enjoy !
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    Hi Chevvy,

    A nice collection and good choice of dramatic tone!

    Amanda
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      Hi Amanda and thank you for stopping by and your great comments

      My friend, looking out from the Balcony said "that sky is not stormy enough" and I thought Art Filters BUT to be honest I prefer to apply the "processing" post
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        I enjoy using the art filters in the epl5

        Great use of the dramatic tone on that sky Chevvy.

        Greg
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          Re: Art Filters in camera @ Cliveden

          Looks an interesting place and you had a good day. The first of the Dramatic Tone shots looks too dark but the second works well.
          John

          "A hundredth of a second here, a hundredth of a second there � even if you put them end to end, they still only add up to one, two, perhaps three seconds, snatched from eternity." ~ Robert Doisneau

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            Looking at these on the lappy, they all look very dark and lacking in detail. I sometimes find this is a fault with the Toshiba screen, it is very critical.

            Nice compositions , Chevvy, would like to see them on the mainframe, but I do not connect that to the Internet, Sorry
            The picture tells the story, great when you have a bad memory.DW.

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              Re: Art Filters in camera @ Cliveden

              Cheers Greg now I have started to use the Art Filters ... the camera had to go away for an Olympus Service holiday

              John, I like two best, as the "bright light" is thrown down on the grass

              I was sad by the lack of "upkeep" and inside the dining room grand chairs are gone and daggy cheapo's in their place apparently the previous hotel owners (who lease the house from the NT) went bust ... so someone got a few good deals on "furnishings"
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                Re: Art Filters in camera @ Cliveden

                Originally posted by Imageryone View Post
                Looking at these on the lappy, they all look very dark and lacking in detail. I sometimes find this is a fault with the Toshiba screen, it is very critical.

                Nice compositions , Chevvy, would like to see them on the mainframe, but I do not connect that to the Internet, Sorry
                David, Don't apologies your very accurate !

                I had HUGE problems with my E-5 last weekend Most frames had missing XIF data eg no f number and most images were "soft" and poor focus and more than half were heavily over exposed I tried reset and changing lenses and switching it off (to cool down ... after machine gunning the Red Kites ) BUT I was very dissappointed in nearly ALL my images
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                Riding Ducati Motorbikes; Reading & Cooking ! ...


                http://www.flickr.com/photos/photomagicf1_chevvy/sets/

                the ONE photo album

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                  Re: Art Filters in camera @ Cliveden

                  I have used the dramatic tone on my EPL5, on the whole I have had favourable results.

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                    Re: Art Filters in camera @ Cliveden

                    Originally posted by Chevvyf1 View Post
                    David, Don't apologies your very accurate !

                    I had HUGE problems with my E-5 last weekend Most frames had missing XIF data eg no f number and most images were "soft" and poor focus and more than half were heavily over exposed I tried reset and changing lenses and switching it off (to cool down ... after machine gunning the Red Kites ) BUT I was very dissappointed in nearly ALL my images
                    Had a similar problem with my E1, Chevvy, turned out to be a sticky pin where the lens connects to the camera, just gently pushed it down and released a few times and it was gone. Hope yours is the same problem.
                    The picture tells the story, great when you have a bad memory.DW.

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                      Re: Art Filters in camera @ Cliveden

                      Originally posted by Imageryone View Post
                      Had a similar problem with my E1, Chevvy, turned out to be a sticky pin where the lens connects to the camera, just gently pushed it down and released a few times and it was gone. Hope yours is the same problem.
                      Well, thats comforting news I guess Oly will phone/email one of these days ...
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