- Dec 28, 2018
How about a picture of you?
That old pharmacy lent itself to be like that ,plenty of black and white photos of it exist. The view i posted is based on one. That's probably in a new book written about taintee,and the pioneers of okeechobee and Kissimmee areas.You're becoming a very good B&W artist.
Striking vista, and your depth of field was good enough to get sharp detail in the foreground weeds, while keeping the distant peak in focus. It's a fine image.
If you cropped out the porch railing, and made it a landscape format, it would make a wonderful Christmas card.I'm not a photographer but Saturday morning, using my cell phone, I captured this shot of our old grainery just as the sun was breaking over the horizon. With the 6" of new snow we got on Friday, I thought it looked rather nice.
If you zoom in, you can see the tail end of my truck parked with its nose in the lean-to. That snow drift got plenty deep there and extends about 20' to the other side of the truck.
Snow is about waste high on my throughout the lawn. Going to be a little sloppy when this starts to thaw.
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That's harder than it looks. You have put the picture between two panes of glass to flatten it, and then make sure the camera is exactly perpendicular to the plane of the picture. You focus on the grain of the picture, not the image itself.So we did, and they came out great! My family back in Ohio didn't believe it and accused us of doctoring the pictures. This was before photoshop even. I would love to post a few of these, but none are on my computer. I would have to dig out the picture boxes and go through them and find them. Then snap a picture of the pictures and post them...