Sunday’s Hidden Treasure

Out To Pasture

Antique John Deere tractor and GMC truck sitting among the tall weeds in a rural Maine field

Camera: Canon EOS 7D

Lens: Tamron 17-50 f2.8

Settings: iso 400, 19mm @ f9

This is a 3 shot HDR. The original RAW files having been first imported into Lightroom 3, were then processed in Nik HDR Efex Pro.

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7 thoughts on “Sunday’s Hidden Treasure

  1. What an amazing effect on the car’s fenders–they look freshly painted and polished. I’ve been doing all of my HDR processing with Photomatix; I’m really looking forward to trying out my new Nik program. Thanks so much for the grand opportunity to expand my toybox!

    • Surprisingly enough, that’s not really much the result of the processing. I’m not sure just how long both the tractor and the truck were in the field, but the paint on both wasn’t too weathered, and those fenders really were as shiny as they look. The weeds were very tall all around them, and there were no signs they had recently been moved, so they may only have been there a year or two.

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