The Digital Photo Guy

Bernardo Winery

by on Jun.20, 2010, under Monday Morning Tips

Monday Morning Tips – 06/20/10

Went to the Bernardo Winery in Rancho Bernardo for my annual “wassup” look-see. There’s always things that I never saw before and this time was no exception. While waiting in the parking lot for the people who had RSVPed for this Meetup, I noticed a row of old tractors and machinery that I had not seen previously. It’s possible they were always there but I had never hung around in the parking lot so it’s also possible I just missed them. Here are some of my favorites from the day.

     

     

All have been slightly tweaked using Topaz Labs Adjust 4. That is quickly becoming my favorite plug-in. It allows me to quickly enhance my photos and still retain my vision of what I captured. My readers qualify for a 15% discount off Topaz plug-ins by simply entering “digitalphotoguy” into the order form. (I have no financial interest in Topaz Labs)

Recount at the San Diego Fair

I was at the fair today and saw my entries. One had a ribbon on it but I was never informed. The docents told me it was a sponsor award meaning a sponsor of the Photography Competition had awarded a prize to that entry. I have to wait until the fair closes to find out what it won and what it means. Strange way to award prizes.

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2 Comments for this entry

  • Jill Johnson

    Hi Lee, These are great photos. I esp. like the “Color of Many Coats….clever title too.
    Some neat photos are right under our nose.
    Jerry is very impressed also!!!!! His kind of Photography.
    Jill

    • Lee

      Glad you like these. As I get older, I find that I relate better to old, rusty, ancient things.

      BTW, another student just told me she had 9 photos accepted at the fair and won 3 Honorable Mentions. Just shows to go ya that I’m a better teacher than photographer.



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