Never done this before!

On my way home after a visit to my parents, and I’ve just been processing raws to JPEGs in camera, and then using the image app supplied with the D Lux to load on to my iPad – and here’s the proof…so far removed from waiting for film to be developed and returned in my youth….

I enjoyed some nice weather in the North West yesterday, and the trees are still almost skeletal up there – leaves are yet to come – which I think makes them more interesting.  I’m also enjoying the 1:1 aspect ratio – the antithesis of the modern widescreen and panoramic view.

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imageIt was nice to see some blossom – everything here is a couple of weeks behind London where I live – when I get home later I expect most of our blossom will be well past its best:

imageAll photos D Lux 109.

Cheers,

Jon

PS – having now seen these on my screen at home I don’t think I’d make a habit of processing from raw to JPEG in camera – they’ve turned out more vibrant and contrasty than I expected, which hasn’t done the gentle scenes I saw in reality any favours.  Lesson learned…..

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Jon Schick

South East London-based, I work for the National Health Service but try and fit in some photography on a regular basis - often on dog walks with Harry my patient Lab-Retriever! Harry and his three cat companions provide some photographic material when the going gets really tough (it's the internet - gotta have a cat photo) but the almost-grown kids stay as far away from the lens as possible!

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