Color 2

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  1. Kevin D Burns

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    Both "Color & Color 2" have photo meaning. Nice......
     
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    Thanks, just classic shots. nothing special or cool. Just classic.
     
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    I really like this. The word "Daylight" seems to really stand out for me. Did you do that on purpose?
     
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    Also like how this is done..
     
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    Thanks all.
    WNK, The image is unedited, the only thing I did was put the filter, wich is a "type F, daylight filter from kodak" over the word's "kodak daylight filter".
    The paper that the filter is on is the original instruction that came with the filter.

    Thanks all.

    funny thing is, I used a Nikon camera for this shot of a Kodak item. LOL!
     
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    Classic or not: I like the idea.
    But what is that thing in the background, I keep wondering :scratch: ?
     
  8. Kevin D Burns

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    Thank you
    First it is a 25 year old Kodak filter "if not older" about the size of a penny "classic" as it represents to a lot of us older photographers the past.
    (like an old classic car)
    The big clear thing, is the case for the filter. These cases have a thread that allow for many to be hooked together. there is a slide handle to open the case and insert the filter for storage. The thing in the foreground is the actual filter holder, that attaches to the old cameras.
    The orange color is the true color of the filter.
     

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