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Feb 26, 2014 09:12:57   #
waykee7 Loc: Cortez, Colorado
 
katiecowherd wrote:
We live in the heart of the Bourbon Trail and the distilleries are one of our favorite things to photograph !


The second and the fifth shots are particularly fine!

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Feb 26, 2014 09:14:23   #
Dcn Bob Loc: Hamilton, NJ
 
Great shots

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Feb 26, 2014 09:21:44   #
banjonut Loc: Southern Michigan
 
jerryc41 wrote:
Great pictures and processing. Isn't that located in a dry county?


Jerry, Jim Beam is not in a dry county, but Kentucky does have dry counties. It is my understanding that the the taxes (which are substantial) collected by the "wet" counties is distributed equally among ALL counties which really pisses off the "wet" counties.

On a different note, Jack Daniels, in Tennessee is in a dry county. Go figure.

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Feb 26, 2014 10:26:47   #
ebbote Loc: Hockley, Texas
 
I like them all Katie.

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Feb 26, 2014 10:33:29   #
banjonut Loc: Southern Michigan
 
katiecowherd wrote:
We live in the heart of the Bourbon Trail and the distilleries are one of our favorite things to photograph !


I enjoyed all the photos in your set. Nicely done.

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Feb 26, 2014 11:32:21   #
UP-2-IT Loc: RED STICK, LA
 
katiecowherd wrote:
We live in the heart of the Bourbon Trail and the distilleries are one of our favorite things to photograph !


Great shots, I'll have the Knob Creek please!

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Feb 26, 2014 17:17:56   #
RichardQ Loc: Colorado
 
katiecowherd wrote:
We live in the heart of the Bourbon Trail and the distilleries are one of our favorite things to photograph !


An admirable display of your photographic skills, Katie! You've done an outstanding job of combining great color with what would ordinarily be a gray and dreary sky, the composition is peerless, and the image sharpness is awesome. What intrigues me most is the lighting -- I'll presume you used flash units with diffusers but I'd appreciate it if you could "illuminate" us with some info on how you did it.

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Feb 26, 2014 18:14:53   #
PhotoBiker Loc: Charleston, SC
 
Nice photos, Katie. The first one reminds me of the front porch at a Cracker Barrel restaurant.

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Feb 26, 2014 20:00:18   #
katiecowherd Loc: Kentucky
 
RichardQ wrote:
An admirable display of your photographic skills, Katie! You've done an outstanding job of combining great color with what would ordinarily be a gray and dreary sky, the composition is peerless, and the image sharpness is awesome. What intrigues me most is the lighting -- I'll presume you used flash units with diffusers but I'd appreciate it if you could "illuminate" us with some info on how you did it.


Thank you so much! I shoot with a Canon 60D. Shot these in aperture priority, no flash, no diffusers. I used an app on my iPad and applied minimal HDR effects.

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Feb 27, 2014 02:30:34   #
RichardQ Loc: Colorado
 
katiecowherd wrote:
Thank you so much! I shoot with a Canon 60D. Shot these in aperture priority, no flash, no diffusers. I used an app on my iPad and applied minimal HDR effects.

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Feb 27, 2014 02:43:32   #
RichardQ Loc: Colorado
 
katiecowherd wrote:
Thank you so much! I shoot with a Canon 60D. Shot these in aperture priority, no flash, no diffusers. I used an app on my iPad and applied minimal HDR effects.


Unbelievable! I based my assumption on the highlights reflected on the walls in No. 1 and the barrels in No.3. Did you have a bit of sun reflecting off the snow? And don't tell me you shot these handheld?

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