A Different Way of Looking at the Shearing Shed
It has been a pretty heavy week for blog posts, that is two posts about subjects that we all feel strongly about. I thought for today I would just work on some photos and have a light day so to speak.
The image I choose to work on was one I took of the old shearing shed in Woomelang when I was last up there. You have seen the image before, and I’m not going to show it to you again right now. So here are two versions of it for you.
- click on the images above to see them on their own.
The first one is I played with a lot, trying some different things. The second is the first one processed with Silver Efex with the Nik Collection. I haven’t been playing with that a lot lately and it was nice to use an image in it. The only thing with the second one was that I didn’t like it completely black and white, so I let a little bit of the colour come through. I think a real black and white image misses the point, the colour of the shed.
I don’t know how I feel about these images, I am a little on the fence about them. I liked them when I did them yesterday, but waking up with fresh eyes, not so sure.
We have a lot more hot days coming again, not as bad as last time, but still enough to be so annoying. I suppose it will be a good time for me to be working on my photos and checking out some new things. I am so glad we got the air conditioner fixed. Keep cool if you are in Australia, and keep warm if you are north of the Equator.