As will be the way for some time to come I think, given my current level of time that I have to devote to photography, this is from the archives – all the way back to 2007 where I took some photos as part of a commission piece at a massive indoor hydroponic tomato farm, just outside of Taupo, New Zealand.
This is a stack of the piping that is used to deliver the water through the hydroponic system.
I’m trying to shift all processing into Lightroom at the present – so all adjustments were done using this, minor cloning, toning, sharpening, vignette etc were done in develop mode of LR, with just the final crop/resize/signature done in PS5.
- Aperture: ƒ/9
- Camera: NIKON D2X
- Exposure bias: -2/6EV
- Focal length: 200mm
- ISO: 800
- Shutter speed: 1/125s