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[Creative Effects: Selective Colouring, Omni spotlight, brightness/contrast adjustments with Photoshop]
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beautiful shot,,, well done
:-) Thank-you Midzing for your wonderful words.
– Keiran Lusk
This is just awsome!Mr Riggs is my great great great grandfather who settled in Gawler, South Australia. This is going straight to my FAV’s.
Wow, what a fabulous connection that is. Who would have thought? I am so pleased that you discovered this image! It was a nice drop of red too. Cheers!
Named in honour of John “The Gaffer” Riggs (1814-1902), this McLaren Vale blended Shiraz was made to acknowledge 150 years of the Riggs family’s rich farming heritage in South Australia. It began with the arrival of “The Gaffer” of Dorsetshire, who settled in the Gawler region in 1855. One of South Australia’s best farmers, he came to own hundreds of acres dedicated to quality wheat cropping. His sheep flock was highly regarded and his methods progressive. Success in the wheat trade was enjoyed at horticultural exhibitions including medals in London, Paris and Sydney.
Fantastic info. Thanks Glenn. What a terrific connection. Family history and good wine stories. I am very impressed. Thanks for sharing!
very well executed, nice touch with the selective color
Cheers Paul. Thanks for your comments.
Thanks Rajdev :-)
Beautifully composed… the selective colouring is awesome. Evokes a most pleasant mindset and mood:-)
Thank-you so much Ann, for your wonderful words. I am pleased that it evokes a most pleasant mindset and mood. Cheers!
Great shot Mr Lusk ! I really really like this one
Why thank-you Sandra. Glad you like it.
I love the selective colouring you used… Dramatic still life, well done… Dave
Thank-you very much Dave. A dramatic still life? Wow. Thank-you.
I really like the color treatment here…. excellent
Thanks Martinilogic. I wasn’t sure at first if the selective colouring would work on this image, so I am happy to get positive feedback. Cheers!
beautiful shot well done :)
:-) Thank-you Rebelgirl. I think that I’d already enjoyed one glass when I took this photo!
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