Colt is such a ham. This morning I told him to get up on the haystack for a picture. I stood on the ground while he posed for me. I processed this is LR, increasing the exposure until the blue sky turned white. I then converted it to black and white and added Matt K.’s yellow tint preset. I then exported to PSE4 and deleted the corner beam of the hay shed. I think it looks like a fancy schmancy studio portrait. Who would know (except I just told you, all three of you) that it was taken in a Idaho redneck hay shed. I love photography!
On another note, I have been asked by Idaho Stock Images to send them a DVD of some of my dog and agriculture shots. I don’t know if it will lead to anything, but it made my day. 
(Nikon D50, 1/4000 sec. at f/2.4, ISO 200, 50 mm)

11 thoughts on “99/365

  1. Firstly the picture is AMAZING !!!!! Colt looks so proud with the way he is holding his head. Bravo. As for the stock photography, good luck. They would be lucky to have you. Your photos are beautiful.

  2. That is the best he has ever looked !!! Glad to hear about your Stock Photos. I will be glad when you get here to show me all of your tricks.

  3. 1- love your doggie-he’s be most photogenic, beautiful boy!!
    2- Soooo not surprised you’ve been “discovered”- you have an amazing talent! (or just a really good camera, haha!)

  4. Great results — don’t you love Lightroom! Me too. And congratulations on the stock photos — I’m sure they’ll be in touch once you send them a disc.

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