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Jul 5, 2015 19:31:04   #
ptcanon3ti wrote:
Some one asked me what the color version of my BW "transitions" shot looked like. I originally shot it with BW processing in mind....but....

In the color shot the "transition" from the blue sky and white clouds, to the stormy gray skies can clearly be seen.


Thoughts or opinions please?


Color does it for me. Both are nice but more detail for the eye to take in is in the color one
 
Jun 26, 2015 20:40:15   #
Allen Hirsch wrote:
Is that its original color?

My dad and my granddad were both Minneapolis Moline farmers - but all those tractors were yellow/orange. In fact, I'm pretty sure one was a 1950s-vintage model Z (same as in your image).

My granddad had one MM tractor that was so old it still had a hand-crank starter.


They are painted yellow called Prairie Gold. Kept that color to maybe the late 50's
Jun 7, 2015 12:44:50   #
drmarty wrote:
Last year


Beautiful but I can't help wonder what it would have looked like in color with all its variations.
Jun 7, 2015 12:13:00   #
Cotondog wrote:
Canon SX50-HS

Thanks for looking. Comments and suggestions welcome.


Black & white does it for me, however I would have liked to seen it in color. Thanks for sharing....
May 30, 2015 09:37:35   #
BrentHarder wrote:
Today was interesting.......Memorial Day.......visited a National Cemetery and the Point Loma Lighthouse in San Diego. I really like the design of this image in B&W.......which do you like better? B&W or Color? Please download these.


Both are very nice but my preference is for the color. I see in color any way so the detail looks much better... Good job.. Thanks for sharing..
Apr 25, 2015 10:46:17   #
Cotondog wrote:
Canon SX50-HS
ISO-80 f4.5 ss=1/320


Thanks for Looking. Comments and Preference welcome. At present, I prefer the B&W, my wife likes the color.


Color for me, wish the lighting was better though. Both are good. Thanks for sharing.
 
Apr 25, 2015 10:44:30   #
blacks2 wrote:
Even away from the National Parks Utah has some spectacular landscape.


Great series, great colors, just plain great! Thanks for sharing... :thumbup: :thumbup:
Apr 25, 2015 10:22:40   #
Fullframe wrote:
1/1000 sec f9 ISO 500-640, handheld, 35-40 feet away (I wish I could get closer, but he keeps flying away!) All at 600mm with heavy crops.


Very nice and sharp. I wish Tamron would make that lens in a Sony FE mount for my a7r camera. I've seen a lot of photos on here with that lens and works great. Thank you for sharing.
Apr 25, 2015 10:17:03   #
vicksart wrote:
I've been meaning to hike up the driveway to get some shots of the latest batch of foals. They're a couple of weeks old in some cases although the little chestnut appears younger. It's interesting that foals born early in the year come equipped with winter coats. I've noticed that summer foals are much less fuzzy.

I also took a couple of shots of some yearlings.

The owner raises these horses for racing. They'll go to auction when they're ready and hopefully become stakes winners at some point. They're all well bred. The owner said he originally paid $130,000 for the gray mare. Hopefully her babies have made the investment worth it.

I should also comment that the fence behind the old gray mare is not a good choice for horse fencing. It's too easy for them to get caught in it and cut up even when they have a large pasture to roam. There's always one that will find a way to get injured. In this case, they've put in some electric wiring to help keep the horses away, but that's not a guarantee.
I've been meaning to hike up the driveway to get s... (show quote)


Beautiful Vicki. Like them all. I guess this proves the old gray mare is what she she used to be by passing it on through her colts. Thanks for sharing Vicki :thumbup:
Apr 25, 2015 10:13:37   #
Michael Christy wrote:
Bella


Now that truly is a face you can fall in love with easily. Beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
Apr 25, 2015 10:12:10   #
vicksart wrote:
The first two shots are the mystery bird which I hope someone can ID since I'm usually wrong. The sparrow and female oriole are included since they are all different from what I've been shooting (Golden Crowned Sparrows and Hummingbirds).


Very nice shots Vicki, but I'm not sure of your mystery bird. With the shape of its bill I would think it would be in the sparrow family but have not the foggiest idea. Always enjoy your post, keep up the good work.
 
Apr 25, 2015 10:01:59   #
harclod wrote:
No critique necessary. If you don't like it, just trip on by!


Once again Richard, it IS very nice so keep them coming. :thumbup: :thumbup:
Apr 25, 2015 09:49:30   #
harclod wrote:
2 photos of the same homestead.

Messed up, back in a moment!!


Another nice set. Not sure where you find them all but keep them coming. Old farm boys like me enjoy seeing different barns in different parts of the country. Thank for sharing, Richard.
Apr 25, 2015 09:46:28   #
harclod wrote:
Anuder 1


Very nice Richard... Great colors. Thanks for sharing... :thumbup:
Apr 25, 2015 09:33:23   #
sailorsmom wrote:
I would love to have seen what happened here! lol Good shot, Norm!


It ended in a standoff. They just got tired of looking at each others and they dispersed. Thanks for looking.
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