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SL Cheah
22nd of January 2002 (Tue), 21:12
Just completed my website and gallery. It contains my B&W and selective colored images. Do drop by and hope you enjoy the images.

My URL: www.DigitalSilverHalide.com


Warmest Regards,

SL

Leighow
22nd of January 2002 (Tue), 21:32
SL

You have done a great job with your gallery. As a newbie to digital I will be back to track down your links and tips on digital pgotography.

While all of your photos are excellent, I especially loved the flower in the vase against the sun-lite wall.

Even so, I spent most of my time at "your lakes". I too have easy access to many wilderness lakes. I see them in their greens and blues in summer, and in B&W in winter. Now I have the urge to try something similar myself.

Do you recommend shooting with the image color set to B7W or going to gray scale in Photo Shop?

Thanks, Beautiful Photos

HOWIE

SL Cheah
24th of January 2002 (Thu), 02:17
Howie,

I shoot all my images in color and then convert them using Photoshop channel mixer. Here's a good tutorial to start off: http://www.btinternet.com/~ian.lyons/tutorials/tutorial_2_1.htm


Regards,

SL

Vitali
24th of January 2002 (Thu), 21:55
I like your B&W gallery, very well done.

Best Regards
Vitali
www.kisselev.com

eland
20th of March 2002 (Wed), 02:20
Really excellent work.

I particularly like the images in Gallery 1 which are selectively colored.
They have given me lots of ideas. Thanks.

May I make a small suggestion ?

I would like to see your 2 galleries reversed.
B&W only in Gallery 1 and the colors in Gallery 2.

The colored images are so eye-catching that in Gallery 2
I find myself looking for the color.
A pity as the B&W's are great.

I'd like to see them before looking at the colored one.

Eland

SL Cheah
25th of March 2002 (Mon), 09:59
Hi Eland,

Thanks and will take you suggestion in consideration the next time I update my website.


Warmest Regards,

SL

dphotog
7th of May 2002 (Tue), 21:38
Nice and interesting pictures. Looking forward to new gallaries.