Barn and Field in Tipperary

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    Shot this one near Rose Green in Tipperary. The Evening light was just calling for the camera.. Was working that Evening and had the 300D with me, a 28-105 non L lens... Shot @ 28 mm FL , 4.5 at 300 Sec, ISO 200
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    Andy
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    THESE were the colours?
    They were there, like this?
    No tweaking, now HDR technique?
    If so, then the scene was AMAZING!
    Stuff for a linen tea towel that could then go into a frame and be put on someone's wall (I am saying so because in my home from when I was a child my parents had a framed Irish tea towel with a Donegal scene for decades, it was on our dining room wall, and actually I am sure it still exists somewhere).

    I might want to dig out my slides taken in Co. Limerick back in 1977, the only time I ever was there (and in Tipperary, too, for that matter) - if I dare show you those ancient "works" ("bloopers" much rather, I fear) of mine...
     
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    Wow. Works for me.
     
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    Great scene, but looks rather unnatural
     
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    Wow, great shot. What's up with the yellow tint/sky? I've never seen that before.
     
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    I did bring up the Sat in PS and as I did not have a Grad filter with me, burn in the Sky a little more,, but now a great deal of manipulation. I go past this scene nearly everyday here in Tipperary , it is about 3 miles from where I live...Amazing how the light can be flat one day and then totally different the next. As for the equipment, I have a 1DS and L lenses but do not carry them in the car all the time. I keep my 300D in the car with a Mk2 USM 28-105 and a 15 year old 70-210 USM lens. I still marvel at how good the 300D is considering it is a Fraction of the price of my so called Pro ' gear that I use when working..
    Thanks again for looking
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    PS - Would love to see your Slides taken in Ireland in 77 ' LaFoto

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    The scene is beautiful and the composition and exposure look fine. The white balance looks all wrong though.
     
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    Great scene. Love the colors.
     
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    If that was me standing there looking at that scene, I'd say 'pinch me, this can't be real'. It looks like a watercolour painting, with each element (green-covered brick building, hay bales, rolling fields, and dramatic clouds) lovingly selected and placed.
     
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    Awesome colors!
     
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    lovely!
     

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