Sunday, August 13, 2006

Low Light Wheatfield Outtake


I took these two outtake before I started using my filters. (No way I could fiddle around with filters and look after the dog at the same time) So I selected the sky and incresed the contrast then inversed and lightened the wheatfield

10 comments:

valerie said...

see the world is the same, I have taken views of the same cloud/dusk formations. aren't they pretty?

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

This is subtle and very beautiful! I love the sky and also love the low light but visible field.

moo said...

I guess skies are one thing everyone has in common though thankfully here we don't see the dramatic skies that come along with tornadoes and hurricanes. We did have a hurricane in 1987 or 6 but I don't remember the skies. Well probably because it was at night. The problem is finding locations in which to take the skies.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

This is so nice! We had a lovely sky last night, just gorgeous, but nowhere to capture it, no good earth to go with the good sky.

moo said...

Not even any bad earth? I feel like that often that I wish I was in a better location. But still it is good to practice for a day when you might be!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Well, since I had taken 350 pix already (exactly) and since I hadn't used a loo in 8 and a half HOURS, I wasn't eager to stop un less the scene was super.

moo said...

You must have a very large bladder!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

not normally. I carefully didn't drink anyting all day

valerie said...

I also live in an area where it is hard to get the clear horizon of the sunset... but I love the colours that happen at that time of night. as to mary's bladder I can't go 4 hours without looking for the lou.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

We do have a lake nearby, in fact, I'd been at one (but had left to go home).

My bladder is rarely that cooperative! Mary :-D