Such a strange week. I decided to take a break and fully concentrate on photography offline and everyday there is something in my s-p-a-m box. If you are here accidentally even though your google search are into something else, I bid you welcome. Though this blog may not be your cup of tea, just enjoy the pictures while you are here. If you like it here, come back.
More for the serious stuff. I have another picture of cows backlighted by sunset. However the camera did not capture the correct lighting.
You cannot see much details as this is too dark . Technical blah blah : Focal Length – 29.5mm, Shutter – 137.3sec, F5.3, ISO 50.
So, I tried doing some editing from Olympus Studio 2 and this is the result.
Much much better I think though there was a lot of noise in the foreground. I was told there was dust on the camera lens. Noise reduction was set at 100% and a touch of the blurring function. A little tweak here and there for brightness and shading and voila. Could be improved further I think. Too much brightness on the right side. The wooden post in the foreground could be a sore eye.
After cropping, this is the final result.
Still debating if the tree tops have been cropped too much and the poor black cow is overshadowed. But I will stand by this.
Like riding a bicycle, photography is a little like that. Learning curve is very steep but the more you do it, the better you get. That is what I am aiming for. If you have ideas on how to improve this photo, would love to hear from you. I am all ears.
Have a great weekend, everybody!