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.
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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?
Perfect balance between light and darkness
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.)
Hey I Stumbled Upon the site as well and I love your pictures!!!
all these photos seem to be doctored or processed with some type of photo shop.
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 ;)