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Old News / Cold News
Copyright ©2006, Randall Beaudin
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How ironic this newspaper would find it's way back to the forest.

Photographer: Randall Beaudin
Folder: RanD'Art
Uploaded: 03-Mar-2006 17:34 CET
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Camera: Olympus C5050
Exposure time: 1/60
Aperture: f8.0
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Focusing method: iESP P-AF
ISO: 64
White balance: Daylight
Flash: internal
Image format: TIFF
Processing applied: resized / cropped / toned
Image resized to: 434x800

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Wanted to be a tree again...

I sepose....;-)

Are these tree's not a little blue or is it my screen.....?
Please let me know because I want to see right colours.


Fonzy - at 18:48 CET on 03-Mar-2006 [Reply]


Hi Fons, if you look under "processing applied" you will see the word "toned" meaning in this case BLUE! ;-)

Randall Beaudin at 19:15 CET on 03-Mar-2006 [Reply]


Is that you on the front page Randall....Ashes to Ashes, wood to paper....

Bevellee Bryceson at 23:04 CET on 03-Mar-2006 [Reply]


Randall Beaudin wrote:
> Hi Fons, if you look under "processing applied" you will see the word "toned" meaning in this
> case BLUE! ;-)

Thanks, so nothing wrong with my screen than......;-)


Fonzy - at 08:03 CET on 04-Mar-2006 [Reply]


I wonder, is it tomato maybe under the newspaper?A litle red one lost alone in a dark wood,frozen to ice, just with this little piece of newspaper to bring him warm... Seriously,I like image a lot,have a "mood"..., and a crop is interesting.,a like it.

karmen orlić gr?etić at 15:30 CET on 04-Mar-2006 [Reply]

Warm Tomato~Cold Woods

Hi Karmen, you will be glad to know Tomato is safe and warm at home. In fact will post a new shot later today for Tomato's Fans. Glad you like "Old News / Cold News" while taking my stroll this just caught my eye and I wanted to convey the cold and lonely atmosphere of the woods. I was also struck by the thought that it was quite ironic that this newspaper should make the circle from tree to papermill and newspaper plant, consumer and finally back to the woods!

Randall Beaudin at 17:04 CET on 04-Mar-2006 [Reply]