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Oct 07, 2008 17:06 |  #1

And now for something completely different. Here is two shots of the true monsters of the midwest. True road-hogs when you run across them on the road but where they really shine is when they are off-roading. Gotta like dust and dirt if you are gonna get close to these babys.


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Oct 07, 2008 17:11 |  #2

#2 I really enjoyed.

Nice capture!


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Oct 07, 2008 17:25 |  #3

The second shot is really nice.


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Oct 07, 2008 17:36 |  #4

Nice..... I have yet to go and shoot these see them all the time round here.


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Oct 07, 2008 17:40 |  #5

Thanks S.Horton and Jamie Holladay. I tried to get a little artsy-fartsy with that second shot. Did not know if the backlighting would work or not. Glad to see that it somewhat succeeded.




  
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Oct 07, 2008 17:43 |  #6

andrewhuxman wrote in post #6455671 (external link)
Nice..... I have yet to go and shoot these see them all the time round here.

Thanks. They are a nice change of pace as far as something to shoot. Kind of seasonal though.




  
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Oct 07, 2008 20:39 |  #7

I like the first shot cause I like to see the equipment.

Both are good though.



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Oct 07, 2008 20:40 |  #8

#2 is my fav. Is their a bit of a red cast in the first one?


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Oct 07, 2008 20:50 |  #9

ThomGascoigne wrote in post #6456777 (external link)
#2 is my fav. Is their a bit of a red cast in the first one?

Yes there is. The sun is low in the sky as it was taken just a little before the second shot so you can see where the orange/red comes from. I tried to warm up the sky in the first shot so it probably is overdone in the ground and combine.




  
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Oct 07, 2008 23:27 |  #10

Nice...#2 works well.


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