Single In Single in July (SiJy) 2020 - day 20

NoSeconds

All-Pro
Jan 1, 2017
Troy
Gave this delicious drop a nudge with lunch today at the Firehouse in Busselton. I’m really going to enjoy living here...




From Feral’s brewpub website:

“OUR NOTORIOUS EAST COAST IPA RETURNS WITH A NEW OAKED SPIN OFF – DIRTY BIGGIE.

Packed with peach and mango flavour. Dosed with oak chips to create a creamy mouthfeel and big hit of vanilla and coconut aroma. It’s the Biggie you know and love… just a lil bit durty.”

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MiguelATF

Hall of Famer
Aug 27, 2013
Talent, Oregon (far from the madding crowd)
Miguel Tejada-Flores
Gave this delicious drop a nudge with lunch today at the Firehouse in Busselton. I’m really going to enjoy living here...




From Feral’s brewpub website:

“OUR NOTORIOUS EAST COAST IPA RETURNS WITH A NEW OAKED SPIN OFF – DIRTY BIGGIE.

Packed with peach and mango flavour. Dosed with oak chips to create a creamy mouthfeel and big hit of vanilla and coconut aroma. It’s the Biggie you know and love… just a lil bit durty.”

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Great image, Troy.
And sorry for repeating myself, but I just have to say it again - the 56mm Sigma is truly a great lens.
Also, if you don't mind my curiosity - how exactly did you 'process' this image?
 

MiguelATF

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Aug 27, 2013
Talent, Oregon (far from the madding crowd)
Miguel Tejada-Flores
In the small Oregon town where I live, one house has a fence made from old pairs of skis. Shooting into the direct sunlight, one risks sun flares; with the Ricoh's 28mm fov those risks are amplified; and with the wide-conversion lens which widens the field-of-view to an ultra-wide 21mm equivalent, it's almost impossible to avoid flare when shooting at midday. But sometimes, flare can be your friend, so to speak--

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donlaw

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Sep 14, 2012
Texas
Don
In the small Oregon town where I live, one house has a fence made from old pairs of skis. Shooting into the direct sunlight, one risks sun flares; with the Ricoh's 28mm fov those risks are amplified; and with the wide-conversion lens which widens the field-of-view to an ultra-wide 21mm equivalent, it's almost impossible to avoid flare when shooting at midday. But sometimes, flare can be your friend, so to speak--

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That is a pretty cool fence. And the sun flares make seem all rather surreal. I would suspect aliens could beam down into that spot where the flare is converging. Watch out for shape shifter...
 

NoSeconds

All-Pro
Jan 1, 2017
Troy
Great image, Troy.
And sorry for repeating myself, but I just have to say it again - the 56mm Sigma is truly a great lens.
Also, if you don't mind my curiosity - how exactly did you 'process' this image?

Thanks Miguel, I agree on the 56mm...

It’s processed in Snapseed using a custom set of adjustments that I’ve saved as a “look”, I can quickly apply a look that I think would suit the particular image and then make adjustments to tweak it.



This one was processed with the Retro A+ Look that I made.






This is the list of tools that I used.





This is a list of all the available tools.

 

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