This photograph was taken Saturday during a perfect spring day - maybe a little too warm at 80F, but I wasn't complaining.
I was making dinner and ran out of a couple of ingredients, so I went to Mary's general store, about two miles away, and caught this shot on the ride home. (Good to carry your camera everywhere.) Like the previous post, this is a another location I've photographed quite a few times with the Nikon D100 and I'm trying again with the 5D.
The large version is full of detail - take a look at it if your screen supports that size. You're looking out over Durham Township from the Bucks/Northampton County line.
Post-processing: Shot with the Canon EOS 5D and the Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L lens with circular polarizer at 24mm, ISO 100, shutter speed 1/320s and aperture f/2.8. Multiple curves adjustments for contrast and saturation, color balancing for tone, selective color saturation and de-saturation.
Thank you for visiting Durham Township!
The photographs are truly works of art but we know who did all the setup don't we? Many of the pics, like this one, remind me of Minnesota. It's a nice place to be from after you raise your children there. I greatly appreciate your portfolio. Thanks.
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I have been shooting photos for 4 years now. I became professional about 6 months ago. But I am very self-motivated to ever increase what I know about photography and the art of creating images.
You photography is of the grade that I like to attain. I hope to earn enought money shooting images to travel around the globe capturing very high quality images like yours.
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