– Arista Winery @Artesa, Henry Road, Napa County, CA. January 27, 2019.
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Very peaceful, interesting curve.
Thank you Tina.
The curve was just the way the land formed here. This is beautiful place with a view all the way to San Pablo Bay in the far distance.
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I’ve taken similar photos of vineyards, Tim. It makes for a fun perspective. Good job. –Curt
Thank you Curt. I’m enjoying the ability of Lightroom Classic CC 8.1 to do both HDR and Panos at the same time.
Modern photography! I’m down here on the lower level with iPhoto and Photoshop, but it is always fun.
Photoshop has huge offering for photo processing. It tends to intimidate me as it seems to have very specific steps. I forget some of them and then have to relearn. Lightroom seem to be very modular and allows to change your work flow to meet different situations. I keep threatening to learn more of Photoshop but….
I tend to hang out in Photoshop Elements and keep it simple. Part of that derives from just having so darn many photos to process.
I’ve never worked in Photoshop Elements. Having large numbers does play a factor in their processing. I’m kicking more out before I put them into Lr.
Kicking out, now there is the challenge. I usually start by eliminating the obvious. Then the hard work begins. There are usually at least a hundred photos for a 20 photo blog. Digital photography is both a boon and a bane! I’ve been going through around 12 years of Burning Man photos to delete some and categorize the others. There are thousands of them! –Curt
Gorgeous, Tim! I hear the mustard is in full bloom.
Thank you Jane. Not as much as in this field. Others are almost bare.
Thanks, Tim. I’ll wait.
Unfortunately, yes. Patience is a virtue I’m told.
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