I am away filming for a week so thought its time to get the bike into the shop to:
2) Change all cables for brakes and gears as all were damaged by the numerous crashes and upside down antics of that Selkirk race.
21.5 lbs endurance racing dream. £2999 (4 days work – Mmmmmm)
But will it look like this? Probably one of the most bling Rohloff hardtails I have seen – Now that geometry (or my Klein Attitude) replicated in TI would be pretty magical.
2. Fill the layer with white. Shift + Backspace
3. Set the blend mode to “Multiply”. Alt + Shift + M
4. Apply the vignette filter to the new layer.
Filter >> Distort >> Lens Correction…
Slide “Amount” left and “Midpoint” sliders in the “Vignette” section.
Press “OK”, and its done.
So playing around with the thought of cross-processing and was experimenting with CS3 and discovered this on the web. http://www.photoshopsupport.com/tutorials/or/cross-processing.html
Also discovered CS3 has a x pro layer built in already – pretty nifty.
Sound man beyond par has just returned from shoot on Baffin Island …. he said pooing through an ice hole at -25 degrees C was not his best experience ….. still he shot on slide and then had it cross processed. Lovely photos so trying to blag a few shots for my walls ….
Shooting on Provia 100 (no exposure adjustment) and processed C41. Quite a bit of grain – was always told to overexpose .5 to 1 stop ……. will experiment myself.
Sent film in to snappy snaps – realised film loaded wrong as first frame cut off. Auto dev machine has only got mask for 6×9 so cutoff at the sides … need to hurry and get the epson scanner organised.
But we might be moving house so need to delay purchase for a while otherwise just another thing to pack and move.
Just bought a new lens (manual) for my Nikon D200 – needed to replace the Nikon 85 1.8 pice of cr*p plastic lens that fell on a carpeted floor from 2 foot and now all the aperture blades rest in a heap inside the lens. Meant to send it off for repair but have a feeling it will be more costly than replacing.
Voigtlander Nokton 58mm 1.4 in ais mount. Lots of good reviews and images I have seen seem pretty impressive …. love shooting wide open so hopefully a pleasant addition to the kit.
Also took the time to order some 120 film (neopan 400) and a crash bar for the Horseman.