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11.12.2010

Vinography Images: Bright Harvest

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Bright Harvest
There's something magically clear and bright about the light in Chile. Less ozone perhaps, especially in some areas. Or maybe the combination of the Andes and the Pacific leads to unusually clear air, and the bright light that can make colors come alive. This is a photo of vineyard workers at Casa Silva's Los Lingues Estate. -- Alder Yarrow

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Comments (2)

11.17.10 at 10:34 AM

There's something magical about copies of Photoshop in Chile. The saturation and contrast sliders go just a little bit higher.

Matt wrote:
11.17.10 at 1:41 PM

This does seem over saturated. However I take responsibility. To blame a program (that incidentally was purchased in the USA) shows a lack of understanding of photography and post production. The fault lies only with me

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