Bailing Hay before the rain arrives…
The old fashioned way
Cracking sky in that one Barry
Hi Rich just messaged you and chance of emailing me I need some info please.
That’s an absolutely stunning photo, Barry. Just stunning!
(The tractor and bailer is just like the little toy one I had as a kid (yes, I’m a cheucter) that spat out little plastic bails when dragged along.)
Thanks Joe…I got roped into helping with the bailing at my daughters place so thought why not get the drone up and get a few pictures.
Reminds me of an old Kellogs ad. Great photo.
Great photo but makes my bad back come back looking at the guys moving bales.
Neil your right it is back breaking work but well worth it.
Dont need no gym if you’re doing that work.
That has got to be the best picture shot I’ve seen in a very long time . ITS STUNNING
Thanks David the shot came out a lot better than I thought it would.
@barryb I’m taking that compliment back. I didn’t realise you’d photoshopped a fake sky in to this photo
But now I’m wondering… Did you also add a fake sky to your recent Photographic Order of Merit award photo too?
some of the skies I have added using Luminar but not on all images but certainly in the hay bailing ones and the recent order of merit picture. I wasn’t aware that you couldn’t adjust an image using Luminar, Photoshop, or Lightroom plus I wasn’t entering it in a competition so if the order of merit has to go then so be it that’s not a problem. I apologise if I have done something wrong that I shouldn’t have done but will continue to use Luminar, Photoshop, and Lightroom to enhance the images.
I would too mate
I’m just embarrassed for complimenting you on a fake sky
Sorry for any embarrassment I coursed you but it wasn’t intentional, so please don’t take it personal the last thing I want to do is fall out with anyone.
I think that you have blended the sky in very well. The scene has a very nostalgic look about it.
It does make a difference with the sky not being blown out.
Love this shot. Well done