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Put the 2x tele lens on, specifically for this reason. I was trying to
achieve an old look.

http://www.macmurph.com/photodb/album.php?album_id=1075&showowner=1

Have you got any feedback or things for me to try next time I find this type of time to shoot shots like this?

Seymore...
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Why would you do this on the camera? Wouldn't you be better off doing it in Photoshop? Not only could you vignette to you're heart's content, you could also crop out less interesting or distracting elements. I guess I'd rather be able to throw away later what I don't want than not have what I can't include.

PF
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Wouldn't you be better off doing it in Photoshop?
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If I had Photoshop... I'd use Photoshop. I use PaintShop Pro 7, and have not played with creating anything that resembles vignetting. Thanks for your input.

Seymore...
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Looks real nice, you have a nice imagination!

Wanna' try a little sienna coloring and see what happens?

-Whiskey
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Looks real nice, you have a nice imagination!

Wanna' try a little sienna coloring and see what happens?

Thanks for the complement Whiskey...

Yea... after looking at it, I'm actually thinking Sepia for the old age look. I'm just a bit partial to B&W. I like finding the the right place, right time, right conditions for shooting B&W. This day was total overcast and not condusive to color shooting, IMPHO...

Seymore...
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