Not exactly hard to identify from these images where I was yesterday, and after being there for the upteenth time c/- those cheap Eurostar busting airfares from London, I found I didn't really do that much shooting as previous visits. Still, enough to keep trying different in camera PP and these are in no particular order, vivid, normal B&W, soft B&W and Retro. Alas, my kiddies only seemed interested in doing the same as 90% of everyone else out on the street, ie "Gramming". Didn't seem much to do after that and the Eiffel Tower.
More snow today. Getting outside is not a possibility. A quick grab shot of my wife. Switched up cameras from the X-100F to the X Pro3 with the XF 35mm f1.4. Processed in Lightroom "Classic" and Color Efex Pro 4.
. . . David
One of mine does that, but since he's all black and just becomes this featureless mass of fur, I tend to leave him alone. The other goes between "I'll pose for you" and "Can't you see I'm sleeping here?", but her markings still make her more photogenic.
Jake flipped over a handheld(belly) reflector to the gold side.
The strobe washed most of it out.
It was an accident that got me thinking about color. And how much I need to work on it.