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I have developed a fascination for these old pieces of farm machinery left to rust in fields (i have another similar image in my gallery).
I think the colour popping works well but I think i have overdone the burning in the foreground.

Watch this space for more images in what is going to be a series for me I think.
01/02/2010 - 13:58ripstar74
CategoryLandscape / Travel
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ISO100
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Wolfieman2003

Link Posted 02/02/2010 - 08:41
Interesting pic! I like the atmospheric effect of the background.

thoughton

Link Posted 02/02/2010 - 09:55
I normally don't go for colour popped photos much, but this one is an exception! I think it particularly works the way the vignette makes it look like it's under a spotlight. Love the simplicity.
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Last Edited by thoughton on 02/02/2010 - 09:56

ripstar74

Link Posted 02/02/2010 - 13:59
thoughton wrote:
I normally don't go for colour popped photos much, but this one is an exception! I think it particularly works the way the vignette makes it look like it's under a spotlight. Love the simplicity.

I agree colour popping can look "cheap" at times. The vignette was intentional and added in the software. I think with the central placement of the harvester it helps draw the eye.
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