Monochrome Farm Scene, South Carolina

Monochrome Farm Scene, South Carolina

Taking a day off from shooting wildlife usually means pointing a camera at something else. If lucky it’s a short road trip around the small towns outside the Charleston area.

Monochrome Farm Scene, South Carolina
Monochrome Farm Scene, South Carolina

The silo caught our eye, we pulled off the road, and shot from a few different angles. Not many options since we had a fence and road to deal with.

Monochrome Farm Scene, South Carolina
Monochrome Farm Scene, South Carolina

Days like this I get to use the ‘stuff’ not particularly suited for wildlife. My old Canon 70D is a nice change, and I don’t worry much about light/noise on these days so it fits.

Monochrome Farm Scene, South Carolina
Monochrome Farm Scene, South Carolina

Like any true nerd, and since I am in a car, my bag has more than I will use. But I have it just in case.

This day I never changed lens. I had the Tamron 18-400 mm  ‘one size fits all’ mounted. Technically this lens has a little bit of everything wrong with it. The range options can’t be beat. It does what you need for a good price.

The images were post processed using Adobe Lightroom and ON1 Raw. I think of ON1 as a Lightroom or Photoshop alternative, if there is such a thing. I don’t use it often enough to be knowledgeable, but it has most things photographers need at a lower price. It was on sale and I wanted to try something new… the nerd thing again.

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