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    Canine flare

    It's a beautiful cold morning here in Portugal. The sun coming through the window and my lazy dog inspired me to get some flare shots with the E-P1.





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    Re: Canine flare

    ...and the dog's owner


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    Re: Canine flare

    You do the EP1 justice....
    Love the guitar.....

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    Re: Canine flare

    Thanks for the comments, Don.
    The guitar is almost 40 years old (it belonged to my mother when she lived in Brazil).

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    Re: Canine flare

    Wow ! I like these.I like most doggy shots but the flare makes these special.

    tripper

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    Re: Canine flare

    The flares certainly produced interesting effects (see, not all flares are bad!). Did you have any filter mounted on the lens, which could possibly have accentuated the flares?

    The acoustic guitar looks like a Di Giorgio (but it could also be a Giannini or Del Vecchio?) by the edge of the body, although most Giannini do not have the darker border.
    Tullio

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    Re: Canine flare

    Quote Originally Posted by Tullio View Post
    The flares certainly produced interesting effects (see, not all flares are bad!). Did you have any filter mounted on the lens, which could possibly have accentuated the flares?

    The acoustic guitar looks like a Di Giorgio (but it could also be a Giannini or Del Vecchio?) by the edge of the body, although most Giannini do not have the darker border.
    Tullio, I didn't have any filters mounted on the lens. I think all were taken with the kit lens except for the last one, which was with the 20mm f1.7.

    As for the guitar you've nailed it! It's a Di Giorgio!

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    Re: Canine flare

    Quote Originally Posted by Rawfa View Post
    As for the guitar you've nailed it! It's a Di Giorgio!
    Aha! I have one very similar to yours! They are great instruments.
    Tullio

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    These are terrific!

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    Re: Canine flare

    Thanks, Tokengirl. Nice avatar. I love weimaraners ;-)

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    Re: Canine flare

    These are not flare, but the canine subject still remains:







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