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Re: H. 'Surfer Girl'....why the difference in green color in the pix?

  • Subject: Re: H. 'Surfer Girl'....why the difference in green color in the pix?
  • From: Arnhild Bleie <abbl@online.no>
  • Date: Mon, 07 May 2001 13:46:16 +0200

At 10:31 PM 5.5.01 -0500, Cindy Johnson wrote:
>    p.s. There are a couple pix of it on the Hosta Library....why does the
color appear a richer green in the 1st pic? That greener color is much more
attractive to my eye.  

... Cindy - you got some good answer - here are maybe one more:
I think one main reason for different colours on the same thing very often
are which films are used, and also if it was parper photo or slides, (if is
not taken with a digital camera) - I have seen tests in Fotomagazine of it
- and it can be a rather big difference taken of the SAME object - SAME
camera and same photographer .. some films give more red some more green
etc ... and it depends on what kind of object you use to take picture of
which film you should choose .. for those 'oldfashioned' of us not having a
digital camera :)


Arnhild - Hardanger in Norway
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