Photography and commentary from John Fujimagari

Posts tagged “field

Hazy Evening

Hazy Evening

 

Just after the sun sets there is a short period where there is enough light and enough color to get a great picture. The muted tones are suitable for the feelings here. A warm breeze on a summers evening and the scene is set.

In the best light…

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Frosty Day

Frosty Day

 

On a crisp bright day, the frost can turn the landscape magical.  Sometimes it’s enough just to view a part of it. Longer grasses and weeds are at the edge of a field of stubble near Milo, Alberta. The light burning through the cloud cover makes it look warm.

In the best light…


Edge Of The Field

Edge Of The Field

 

On a field with low wet spots, the machinery has to go around them or risk getting stuck in the mud. It does create interesting patterns in the fields.

I converted this image to monochrome to highlight the different lines and contrasts in the crop.

In the best light…


Off In A Cloud Of Dust

Off In A Cloud of Dust

 

On this day of Canadian Thanksgiving, one of the things I’m thankful for are the farmers and ranchers who are working to put food on our tables. The canola being combined here, goes to be extracted for canola oil and the left over meal is used as a livestock feed.

A few adjustments in Lightroom and Photoshop, with Nik Analog Efex used sparingly.

In the best light…


To The Horizon

To The Horizon

 

The working combine is a sentinel providing food for our nation, our world. In this image, I hoped to convey the vastness of the prairies and the wide open skies. By converting to a toned monochrome, it focuses on the lines, layers and depth.

In the best light…