WPC: Vibrant 4

Would you believe


what I did to the camera, to get this vibrant (but just a wee bit unreal) image of the Winton ancestral chapel. The Spouse was in the Op shoppe looking for bargains (behind me as I took the snap) and I was outside looking for targets of opportunity.

I put it down to pure serendipity—

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—which often beats no end of tweaking, fiddling, playing about and/or otherwise trying for that one all-singing all-dancing vibrant colour pic.


of course has been tweaked. I just cannot get a good shot of a hollyhock—

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—so I play around with what I do get.

A purist may well ‘Tut~!’ here, but I ain’t not no purist … thank heavens. Pure can often be a bit boring … Unknown




9 thoughts on “WPC: Vibrant 4

    1. Yes to filter, but there’s other effects in there that I didn’t plan. I must’ve twiddled something, and have no idea how to get it again. Possibly one of the ‘art’ filters …

    1. I lost my UV filter which was serving as a permanently mounted protector for the lens itself. So I leave the polariser on (costs a stop or two, though) until the replacement on-a-string lens cap arrives.

    1. Glad to be of service, Ma’am! I just wish I can get the hang of this camera (had it over a year—old dog, new tricks …)

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