Notes Some of these shots have been saved in JPEG so many times adjusting in an attempt to make presentable many pixels have likely been lost. Thanks to rxman's assist a week ago I now know how to begin in RAW with JPEGS to avoid losing pixels. Live and learn.
Circa mid 1800's.. Heavy shade and harsh sun.. the story of my short photo experience for over a month which leads to confusion with both me and the small sensor and limits on my point & shoot. I'm dumping all these photo's taken and going back to the drawing board patiently waiting on my beloved fall woodwroking to arrive. :)
If you chose to grade.. please download first for true view.
que buen proceso como siempre :D
The texture of the wood and detail when downloaded is fabulous, I personally think this is your best image yet.
Ranger, these are great shots. I think that you are doing some amazing work with a P&S.
John, sorry to insist on the contrast, but the image is too good to omit to mention that detail. I do not mean inside the barn, I mean wood and trunks of trees. The shadows of the trees can be dark to see more natural.
nice shot overall, but there's that tough to fight chromatic aberration in the tree leaves.
nice pov John, unfortunately can't download, have to agree with Ricardo and Randall
Yes, agree with above. I hope you're not going to put that camera away?
Yeh, lots of details lost with jpegs John. Especially in the leaves of the trees. X-tra clean otherwise.
Superb editing for such a harsh Day :)