INTERNET FILTER AUSTRALIA. CANON S90 POLARIZING FILTER.
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It probably won't stop the "nice treatment" comments, but this is not a processing trick - either chemical or digital. The colours and vignetting were done with a combination of filters on the lens: an X1 (green) and a red-blue coloured polariser. This seems to me to be a good alternative to cross processing. You still get the wacky colour shifts, but can take more control over them by changing the filters, and even when the filters are on by rotating the coloured polariser. You don't lose image data to extreme contrast and grain caused by processing in the wrong chemicals (or go through the expense/hassle of getting it done). You can shoot on print film (as done here) and get a bit more latitude to work with than with slide. You can even remove the filters midway through a roll if you need to do portraits, reportage or anything where you don't want the wacky colours. Basically, you gain some control and predictability over your oddly-coloured photography. Just a thought, boys and girls.Dwarf Minke Whale (3 more photos below)
During our walk along the headlands at Yuraygir National Park, we saw this whale, initially only about 100 feet from the shore at Wilson's Headland. It then swam around for about 10 minutes. What a magic moment. We didn't know what type of whale it was, but after doing a bit of internet research, we think it is a dwarf minke whale. They don't seem to be a common sight. I was using my 55-250mm zoom hand-held, so quality not so good. Below are a few cropped close-ups.
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