Winter in Canada

John44

The Hague, Netherlands

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Folks.. we are again in Montreal..3 Years ago..December 31 at 5.30 pm.
We overlook here the partly frozen mighty St Laurence River at suburb St Jean on the West Island of Montreal ( French sounds as Mon-ray-aall)

Folks.. we are again in Montreal..3 Years ago..December 31 at 5.30 pm.
We overlook here the partly frozen mighty St Laurence River at suburb St Jean on the West Island of Montreal ( French sounds as Mon-ray-aall)The sunsets in this particular area is widely famous.. I spoke that evening with a photographer from Platsburg – upstate New York and its about 2 hours drive .. including crossing the US-Canadian border.
Many photographers where present that time there to catch the Sunset

Folks.. NEVER I will forget the warm colors present that time.
You really have to see that yourself !

Folks.. NEVER I will forget the warm colors present that time.
You really have to see that yourself !One red bubble member who can confirm this phenomenon is my dear Friend Yan

Folks.. NEVER I will forget the warm colors present that time.
You really have to see that yourself !One red bubble member who can confirm this phenomenon is my dear Friend YanShe lived partly in Montreal and Ottawa with hubby Ben..

Folks.. NEVER I will forget the warm colors present that time.
You really have to see that yourself !One red bubble member who can confirm this phenomenon is my dear Friend YanShe lived partly in Montreal and Ottawa with hubby Ben..Gives me the idea to show you a few photo’s of Yan :-))

Folks.. ofcourse you like to know some settings..ok
Camera my Canon 30D Lens sigma 18-200 is (os)
ISO 400 F22 1/80 sec by 40 mm
Photoshop CS4 I added a little ! warmth and frame..
If intrested below some specs about Warming Filters in Photo Shop

Folks.. ofcourse you like to know some settings..ok
Camera my Canon 30D Lens sigma 18-200 is (os)
ISO 400 F22 1/80 sec by 40 mm
Photoshop CS4 I added a little ! warmth and frame..
If intrested below some specs about Warming Filters in Photo ShopSo Folks ..I reast my case..
Going to open a bottle of Champagne.. its nearly 9.30 pm
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND GO BUY YOURSELFVES A NEW CAMERA!
(Oprah Winfrey pays the lot she just told me in a phone call)

Folks.. ofcourse you like to know some settings..ok
Camera my Canon 30D Lens sigma 18-200 is (os)
ISO 400 F22 1/80 sec by 40 mm
Photoshop CS4 I added a little ! warmth and frame..
If intrested below some specs about Warming Filters in Photo ShopSo Folks ..I reast my case..
Going to open a bottle of Champagne.. its nearly 9.30 pm
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND GO BUY YOURSELFVES A NEW CAMERA!
(Oprah Winfrey pays the lot she just told me in a phone call)God Bless all
John
ps
Warm Things Up with Photoshop Photo Filters
The fastest way to add warmth (or cooling) to a file in Photoshop is using the “photo filter” option that you’ll find in the pop-up menu at the bottom of the layers palette. Once the toolbox opens you’ll find 20 preset filters (warm, cooling, blue, yellow, emerald green, etc.) and a second box that you can click to create a custom filter from virtually any color that you want. Using the presets is simple: just pull down the menu, highlight the filter you want to try and select it. If you don’t like the look, just slide the menu back down and try again with another filter.
To use the custom-color filters, just click that box and then double click the color patch and the entire spectrum opens up. Select the color you want and you’ll see the changes immediately in the image.

Folks.. ofcourse you like to know some settings..ok
Camera my Canon 30D Lens sigma 18-200 is (os)
ISO 400 F22 1/80 sec by 40 mm
Photoshop CS4 I added a little ! warmth and frame..
If intrested below some specs about Warming Filters in Photo ShopSo Folks ..I reast my case..
Going to open a bottle of Champagne.. its nearly 9.30 pm
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND GO BUY YOURSELFVES A NEW CAMERA!
(Oprah Winfrey pays the lot she just told me in a phone call)God Bless all
John
ps
Warm Things Up with Photoshop Photo Filters
The fastest way to add warmth (or cooling) to a file in Photoshop is using the “photo filter” option that you’ll find in the pop-up menu at the bottom of the layers palette. Once the toolbox opens you’ll find 20 preset filters (warm, cooling, blue, yellow, emerald green, etc.) and a second box that you can click to create a custom filter from virtually any color that you want. Using the presets is simple: just pull down the menu, highlight the filter you want to try and select it. If you don’t like the look, just slide the menu back down and try again with another filter.
To use the custom-color filters, just click that box and then double click the color patch and the entire spectrum opens up. Select the color you want and you’ll see the changes immediately in the image.-——————————————————
My dear Friend Yan ..taken about 3 years ago in Montreal

Folks.. ofcourse you like to know some settings..ok
Camera my Canon 30D Lens sigma 18-200 is (os)
ISO 400 F22 1/80 sec by 40 mm
Photoshop CS4 I added a little ! warmth and frame..
If intrested below some specs about Warming Filters in Photo ShopSo Folks ..I reast my case..
Going to open a bottle of Champagne.. its nearly 9.30 pm
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND GO BUY YOURSELFVES A NEW CAMERA!
(Oprah Winfrey pays the lot she just told me in a phone call)God Bless all
John
ps
Warm Things Up with Photoshop Photo Filters
The fastest way to add warmth (or cooling) to a file in Photoshop is using the “photo filter” option that you’ll find in the pop-up menu at the bottom of the layers palette. Once the toolbox opens you’ll find 20 preset filters (warm, cooling, blue, yellow, emerald green, etc.) and a second box that you can click to create a custom filter from virtually any color that you want. Using the presets is simple: just pull down the menu, highlight the filter you want to try and select it. If you don’t like the look, just slide the menu back down and try again with another filter.
To use the custom-color filters, just click that box and then double click the color patch and the entire spectrum opens up. Select the color you want and you’ll see the changes immediately in the image.-——————————————————
My dear Friend Yan ..taken about 3 years ago in Montreal
This photo was taken 3 years ago .. on the Ottawa River and Yan making a photo..I think she does not know I made this one

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