11 November 2008

Fields of clover

Spring photos in November? Why not? I took these in May on a field close to my home. The place was full of vibrant red/purple clover and poppies on one side of the track, and yellow wheat on the other, and combined with subtle late-afternoon light and puffy clouds it made for a perfect photo op.





7 comments:

andrejV said...

Again, a wonderful set of land photos. Like that one with lone poppy at golden cut and the diagonal tracks of a tractor (probably).
But somehowe I've got a feeling that pics aren't as sharpest as they used to be. Have you changed the lens or is this just a result of digital "improvements"?

Ana said...

Hey, thanks. :)
The lens and the post-processing are the same, I don't see any change in sharpness. But the fisheye isn't the sharpest lens around. ;)

j3rn3j said...

uf odlične slike, so mi zelo všeč. Prav tako obdelava. Čestitke

Aleš said...

Uf, spet nore fotke. Tile oblaki so pa neverjetni. Tople in ne preveč navite barve. Čestitam.

Ana said...

Hvala, Jernej in Aleš! Oblaki so bili res nori, ja, ampak sonce se je precej skrivalo za njimi, tako da sem morala kar čakati, da se je za nekaj minut prikazalo, preden je zašlo. Brez sonca je bila pokrajina nezanimiva. :(

Matjaž said...

Ana, če ni skrivnost...kaj si (poleg pravega odmerka svetlobe) naredila z zadnjo fotografijo? Meni takšna intenzivnost pokrajine enostavno ne uspe...

Ana said...

Matjaž: zadnja fotka je HDR, narejen iz treh fotk. Dodatna obdelava je še levels, curves, ločeno za nebo in tla z masko, pa nekaj dodga in burna. Stvar je taka: če slikaš direktno v sonce, ne moreš dobiti sočnih barv in je potrebno kar nekaj igranja v PSju. Ampak za kakšno fotko se že splača ... ;)