Picture by johnt
- August 03, 2012
- Shooting Style Tripod
- Shoots Number
- Exposures Number -2..0..+2
- Editing Software Photomatix Pro / Photoshop
- File Format JPEG
- Notes Deep shade.. bright sun lurking around through foilage.
Not a perfect pic but.... Thanks to rxman for assist on how to finally get my JPEG pic into RAW process in Elements 10. This pic was what I call a cull shot or one that due to exposure.. etc. was not quality worthy to bother processing beyond Photomatix. I think the RAW capability turned it from a bad shot into an acceptable shot as I realize it is not going to over-whelm anyone into taking a second look. With only a Point & Shoot to work with this puts a new tool into my tool-bag to assist in difficult circumstances. Thanks rxman for the private message that lead me to "the promised land" and re-fueling my interest.
Down-load for best view. Check the dove-tail joints on the mating of barn timbers. That's hand timber-framing at it's best. I was born 100 years too late as I love to timber-frame. :)
9 when i've seen it, 10 when i downloaded. Wonderful details!
Nicely done. I will take your 4 to 42 ratio any day. I now have 5 to 322 ratio. Just the facts. Someone is jacking my numbers. Childish
9,5 ... nice job, John.
Well done..excellent detail. Love the subject !!
agree with mitch
Very well done - lots of detail
Here are wood for fun John, a little more contrast would be perfect.
Nice shoot. I like the moss on the wood.
Very good John. Perhaps the rear wheel is a bit close to the edge of the frame?
A bit more contrast would make it even better
Very nice! Thank for commentar!
Nice detail. It's a pity the white fence is there - looks out of place.