Someone mentioned that it would be nice if the photo in the previous thread about the Gleaner combines was in color. It took awhile to do it. A friend of ours did it for us and had to learn how to colorize the photo. Hope everyone likes it ...
I think she did a good job ......
I agree! I love it !
Great job. The colors and tones keep the old appearance of the photo. It is hard to do.
Excellent Donnie! Could you post it in the same 186kb size file as the original black and white copy I posted??
Donnie, could;d you send me a copy before it was down sized? Jerry
Jay and Jerry. Ill PM a full size version to you as soon as I receive it from my friend. Jay, If you would re-post it on here it will be appreciated as I have trouble re-sizing things ...
Donnie, thanks. This picture was taken less than 60 miles from my house.
Neat pic, So why is the T parked in the standing wheat?
Those were the days of Real Men out there driving those combines out in the open with all that chaf, heat and dust.
Just a little different today with GPS and AC.
Looks like one of Richard's paintings.
If it's only sixty miles from your house perhaps you could get a new digital photograph of these workers so we would have a good photo to copy.
It will have to wait 5/6 months as the wheat is now only about a foot tall at most.
Just use small cars and people in your picture.