Red Filter

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  1. Allen

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    I tried a red filter on my 20D the other day to compare how it does compared to film. I think the results are fair. These are around an old textile depot, in rural Georgia.
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    And here is one of the cotton depot in color:
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    #2 :thumbup:
     
  3. Allen

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    Thanks JonMikal, given the work of yours I've seen I'll happily take that thumbs up.
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    Again; #2 gets it! Good use of a "bald Sky" I love the texture and position of all the elements.
     
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    Number 2 is great!
     
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    Thanks guys,
    #2 is is.
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    Judging by you second picture I think one of the first things I will invest in is filters when I get a new dslr. Really like the tones, sky and the way you composed it.
     

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