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Old October 31st, 2014, 06:07 AM
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Default Shooting harvest in some beautiful châteaux around Bordeaux

Of course the 645 D did a marvelous job even in "conditions" such as haze and cloudy skies…

Let’s start at Pomerol and Château Clinet !



Early morning' haze








The church of Pomerol



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Old October 31st, 2014, 06:07 AM
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Hand sorting


Barrels in the wharehouse…
Not a double exposition, not a reflection on glass, no photoshop…

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Barrels in the wharehouse…
Not a double exposition, not a reflection on glass, no photoshop…


Nicolas,

Of course, I enjoy Bordeaux wines and have a wine cellar that could receive a bunch of cases! I'm glad to see this fresh photography application of your feeling for nature, matured with the sea, boats and architecture, now so well applied to harvest time with such lush grapes!

I love the entire series and will comment more, but just for now, this picture, with the double exposure, has interesting dynamics. It brings to mind the the double images in the new 3D film by the French-Swiss Director, in the movie, Goodbye Language

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Nicolas,

Of course, I enjoy Bordeaux wines and have a wine cellar that could receive a bunch of cases! I'm glad to see this fresh photography application of your feeling for nature, matured with the sea, boats and architecture, now so well applied to harvest time with such lush grapes!

I love the entire series and will comment more, but just for now, this picture, with the double exposure, has interesting dynamics. It brings to mind the the double images in the new 3D film by the French-Swiss Director, in the movie, Goodbye Language

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Thanks Asher for the kind words.
However, read the caption, this image is :
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Not a double exposition, not a reflection on glass, no photoshop…
But was shoot on purpose (no luck there but technique)

Ah ah !
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Nicolas,

Well done!

These grapes have that riper extra biological and sensual quality of being soft and having weight to be appreciated by the hand. Marvelous!

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Wonderful results Nicolas, a feast for the eye!
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Old November 1st, 2014, 09:34 AM
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Thank you Dr !

Now lets pay a visit to the Château de Reignac, another family owned vineyard.














Harvest is done manually, this machine is used to collect grapes.



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Day job done!.













Enjoy like I did !
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A front cover for Book a book on wine!

Which favorite lens for this work?

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A front cover for Book a book on wine!

Which favorite lens for this work?

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I thought you'd prefer the car ; )

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1/80s, ƒ2.8, ISO 400
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