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'Down' On The Farm
'Down' On The Farm
Sheryll


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Challenge: Triptych III (Basic Editing*)
Camera: Canon EOS-5D Mark II
Lens: Canon EF 24-105mm f/4.0L IS
Location: Kuna, Idaho
Date: Oct 17, 2009
Aperture: f4.0, f4.0, f22
ISO: 100, 100, 100
Shutter: 1/1600, 1/250, 1/30
Galleries: Rural, Diptych / Triptych
Date Uploaded: Oct 20, 2009

These were all taken the same day at the pumpkin patch. The Turkey's were just fun to photograph.

I have absolutely no idea how this will do. I hope it does well but then I suppose everyone who submits one hopes that.

Here we go Mr. update button.....

Edits were done in lightroom raw then exported to photoshop where they were combined into a triptych. Back into lightroom for some final edits and export as jpg with size settings. Back into photoshop for save for web to get the kb down to 200. I seem to get more accuracy and right up to the limit doing it that way.

[Oct. 24th, 2009 05:04:54 PM]

comments I'm getting right now are about how the photos don't go together well but I want to explain it (granted no one will see it 'til the voting is over). If you look at the shape of the turkey's head and the shape of the tire those two are tied together in that way. The color red ties the turkey and the tire. The color green ties the tire and the corn husk even though the green in the corn husk isn't prominent, it is there. The wheat (or whatever it is) in front of the tire has a disorganized shape as does the corn husk. The golden color is in all three even though it is a little subdued in the one with the tire. All three are taken from near the ground and all three "live" on the ground. Thus the title 'down' on the farm. I think they go together quite well but I guess that's just me.... oh well.

Yay I got a ribbon. The posthumous red. What a great honor!

Statistics
Place: 114 out of 149
Avg (all users): 5.2235
Avg (commenters): 7.0000
Avg (participants): 5.2338
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Views since voting: 744
Views during voting: 427
Votes: 255
Comments: 8
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10/28/2009 01:44:57 AM
I had no problem with these "going together" at all - I thought it worked just fine!! It was one of my 7's - I quite enjoy the shot. Nicely seen and I love the top shot of the turkey. Oh! Just saw that you got the Posthumous Red! CONGRATS!! :-)
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10/27/2009 10:45:11 PM
I been to farms and this is farms. I give you the Posthumous Red Ribbon.

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10/24/2009 01:56:44 PM
I like each one of the pictures, but they don't go well together
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10/21/2009 09:31:14 PM
Interesting image. You've done some things here that are a bit unusual. You've combined bright colored images of the turkey head and wheel, with a natural tan shot of the corn. Not sure the small borders help. Much of the top pane is OOF due to shallow DOF and includes much more than is needed above the turkey head.
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10/21/2009 08:46:37 PM
The saturation seems a little harsh on the wheel, and all the red in the first two photos makes me almost wish there's red in the last one... but I love the expression of that bird! Too funny... he must suspect thanksgiving is coming!
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10/21/2009 06:16:53 AM
The top shot is awesome. I can't say I'm nearly as sold on the other two.
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10/21/2009 01:44:01 AM
love the image of the turkey!
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10/21/2009 01:31:52 AM
nice - especially love that top one!!
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