Covered Bales

These were taken on the same day as the previous entry as the sky started to darken a bit. More drama!

Post-processing: Many multiple individual curves adjustments to bring out the lights and darks, as well as blending and fading in soft light and multiply modes. Saturation and de-saturation of individual colors.

I'm still having some problems with comments - if you post a comment and it doesn't show up, don't fret - I'll get it posted for you shortly. No need to post twice. Sorry for the inconvenience -- if you notice any other funny stuff going on please drop me a line.

Back from vacation next week.



Wow this just blows me away. The lights, colors, the contrast. I wish I had your eyes. Another this I like is your post processing. I tend to get carried away. But you do it just right. How do you know when to stop in photoshop?

Posted by Partha at September 27, 2005 12:23 AM

Such great composition!

Posted by faye at September 28, 2005 5:05 AM

Perfect balance between light and darkness

Posted by NagChampa at October 23, 2005 2:34 PM


Ok, seriously, you need to post a tutorial on your post-processing method. It's gorgeous. (I *JUST* Stumbled Upon your site, so if that exists and I just haven't found it yet, forgive me.)

Posted by Josh at December 17, 2005 5:57 AM

Hey I Stumbled Upon the site as well and I love your pictures!!!

Posted by Czak at March 5, 2006 11:06 PM

all these photos seem to be doctored or processed with some type of photo shop.

Posted by at March 6, 2006 2:25 AM

Like others I've been fortunate to "Stumble" upon your site.

I've often thought about how I could make these covered bales look attractive in a Landscape.

You've made me realise I should have gone for it & had a dabble with photoshop.

Superb gallery now added yo my faves ;)


Posted by Wayne Molyneux at April 26, 2008 6:37 PM

very nice ..

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