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carlosramos

Antique Tractor



Amish working the land

Amish working the land
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KayBrewer PRO+
 
KayBrewer December 11, 2014
love this, Carlos - it's like an old-timey black and white from the past - bw is perfect for this
carolcardillo PRO
 
carolcardillo December 13, 2014
Great image, especially in b&w, like that you captured this in the clearing with the crops and dramatic clouds in the background.
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lizziemellis December 15, 2014
Amazing B&W image love it:-)
Eugeniogarrido
 
Eugeniogarrido March 04, 2015
The b&w is passing to the mood of the image. Very well done. Me recuerda tiempos de mi infancia
DianeT PRO+
 
DianeT March 13, 2015
I lived in Kentucky for a couple of years and we had quite a few Menonites living among us. They always worked the land and rode only in horse and buggy. Great shot!
Remraf
 
Remraf April 29, 2015
Great shot!
JDLifeshots
 
JDLifeshots April 29, 2015
Great capture!
catini
 
catini April 29, 2015
Great composition and tonality, congrats on your feature!
carolcardillo PRO
 
carolcardillo April 29, 2015
Congrats on being Featured, Carlos!
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tetvet April 29, 2015
nice shot, congrats
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chuckrickman April 29, 2015
Terrific capture. Congrats on being featured.
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fotogalmexican April 29, 2015
lovely
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estercastillo08 April 30, 2015
Great shot, Congrats on being featured
papareg
 
papareg August 09, 2015
I love this........and I've done this, too. Beautiful!
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pat-rice440 August 27, 2015
great entry for Agriculture contest..voted
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GigiJim08 April 24, 2017
very meaningful!

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Behind The Lens

Location
I took this picture in my beautiful ,Orville, Ohio .
Time
I think it was early in a morning about 9:00 Am . I was driving to visit a friend .
Lighting
Because the picture was taken from inside my car I used beautiful morning natural light.
Equipment
Just my Canon with 75-300 mm lens . The camera was set to aperture priority .
Inspiration
I was driving to visit a friend and when I saw the young man working the land, I thought this was a good picture. I take the picture carefully, because the Amish do not like to be photographed.
Editing
Yes, to make the picture seem old. I use Photoshop to change it to black and white I give old look
In my camera bag
You can find in my bag, a Canon Rebel T2I, Canon 18-55 mm lens, Canon zoom lens 75-300 mm, Canon macro EF lens 100 mm. Polarize circular filter, Ring light, a bottle spray with water mixed with glycerin and other filters.
Feedback
This photo was taken from my car, a spontaneous picture so not to much technic here! But my advice is to have your camera be available all the time .

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