Tue 01-Oct-13 12:25 AM | edited Tue 01-Oct-13 10:29 PM by dm1dave
This month’s theme, selected by last month’s winner, ericbowles, is Harvest.
From Eric, “Let’s see your best landscape image that represents the harvest season. Autumn is the time of year normally associated with the harvest. I think of hay bales in the field, wagons of pumpkins, vineyards with ripening grapes, apple trees covered with red ripe fruit, and colorful fields of corn and wheat.”
The image still needs to be a landscape image. Buildings, people, vehicles or manmade elements may be present as long as they are not the subject of the image.
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I look forward to seeing how you fulfill this challenge!
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This is a scan of a print I did sometime in the '60's. The sky was added in the darkroom using standard darkroom techniques not photoshop. Once scanned, I applied curves and used NIK Filters in Photoshop
Camera: Nikon Photomic T Lens and Filters: not recorded Film and/or ISO: Tri X or Pan X not sure Aperture: Not recorded Shutter speed: Not recorded Location: Montana
Ok..it may be more like number 10,000 in looking at my files..I have a B&W version of this..torn between which I like better.But since Eric mentioned that he thinks of colorful fields..I went with color.
D300s,18-70mm DX 3.5-4.5G with Polarizer @70mm, ISO 250, f/16,1/13s
There are many things that say harvest, the Farmall tractor is one of them. As I was composing this a gentleman had walked up behind me. I asked him if it was his tractor and he replied yes it is. He had been moving some brush & timber around and out of the fields for which they were harvesting corn & beans. Apparently the tractor stopped running right there in between those two trees. His misfortune seems to have been my good fortune. Funny how things work like that.
Camera NIKON D800 Focal Length 56mm Aperture f/7.1 Exposure 1/80s ISO 100