EM-5, Lumix 20/1.7, ISO 3200, VSCO Ilford HP5 preset

Started Nov 8, 2012 | Discussions thread
Bob Tullis
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Re: EM-5, Lumix 20/1.7, ISO 3200, VSCO Ilford HP5 preset

Oldroadster wrote:

Very atmospheric Bob. They work really well in mono and viewing them I feel cold and wet. As a composition the last one is interesting to me on two levels. The lone dog walker running their dogs in the snow has a melancholic feel to me. And as a dog owner living in the UK our public parks don't have such facilities.

As an aside you explain what VSCO is short for. Is it software?

I believe there are two more dog owners in the dog run there - but more to the point NYC has quite a few areas set aside as dog runs.     VSCO is the Visual Supply Company, they've created presets/filters to emulate a wide range of film styles for LR, ACR/PS, and Aperture (iirc).

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