Another Valley Shot. June 8, 2012Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
Tags: clouds, cumulus clouds, Elliot, farm fields, farms, Hadley MA, skies, tilt-shift photography, tobacco
…of a field in Hadley. The support structure for the tobacco shading is in place, though I’m not sure what’s been planted here.
Still, the skies are dramatic, so I pull over and take this shot:
Thanks to Elliot, with perhaps 1-1/2 degrees of tilt, a hand-held 3-stop reverse ND grad by Singh-Ray, and a foreground boost from Photoshop’s camera raw fill-light function.
Truck Patch. June 7, 2012Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
Tags: brooding skies, cabbages patch, Canon 24mm TS-EII f/3.5L lens, corn field, crops, dark clouds, Elliot, farm fields, Sunderland, tilt-shift photography
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On my way home from a photographic art showing in Amherst, the brooding skies cried out for a photograph. I took rural roads home and drove slowly, looking for a foreground to pair the clouds with.
I settled on a farm field in Sunderland, planted with cabbages and corn:
Another one from Elliot.