Re-worked using OneOne RAW1. Very sweet.
Great weather, great corn.
Hand held D300, with a hotshoe mounted SB400. Worked in Lightroom 4 and Perfect Photo Suite 8.5.
Hope you like, I do.
Quite a dramatic crop. Not that the rest if the original frame was uninteresting; in fact, it worked quite well, however, what I was really taken with was the ripples on the water reflecting the branches above. The ripples being caused by the drips from those overhanging branches (now out of shot). I love the way they move and interact, I love how something that seems so simple is in fact so complex.
I hope you love it too.
They keep calling me …
Well if you can’t get out to shoot, you can at least shoot from the window. How annoying though. You wait and wait for fog. It’s so eerie, dramatic and cinema. And when it comes along, you’re an aching, sweaty mass unable to go exploring. Oh well. I kinda like this image, limited as it is, I hope you like it too.
I am so looking forward to the weekend.
It’s difficult sourcing images (not impossible) when your shoot times are too and from work. As the days lengthen, opportunities will become greater, but now I have to admit I’m struggling, hence the abrasive use of post production filters. I am not opposed surreptitious use of filters, but I’m old school. I’ve come from a film background, which is the greatest of disciplines. Get it right in camera. Or better yet shoot it how you want it in camera. The original of this images is ok, but not whoohoo! Hence the use of filters. Don’t think any worse of me, lol.