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Mechanized agriculture in Germany

Discussion in 'Photojournalism, Candids and Street Photography' started by Mattes, Aug 6, 2007.

  1. Hi all.

    Some "reportage style" shots from the last weekend. Being the first nice day for some time, all farmers were busy getting their harvest.

    I took some shots of the really impressive machinery used nowadays - I think, your machines are even larger.

    I hope you like my pictures, remarks and comments are always welcome.



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  2. Like these photos a lot Mattes :smile:
    Looks like kind of a scary dusty environment for a camera however... and I thought Cambodia was bad!
  3. Nice work Mattes. These could have been shot in the American Midwest where I grew up. Perhaps that "old country" feel is why my ancestors migrated there from Germany in the 1880's. :smile:
  4. agw0


    Oct 28, 2006
    Munich, Germany
    Very nice, Mattes. I especially like the first and the last one.
  5. Beautiful, nice choice with the B&W too, that John Deere green was probably a bit hard to deal with I'd imagine.
  6. Hello.

    @All: Thanks for your comments. Good to hear that you like my pictures.

    @Mindspan: I'm always working with two camera bodies, so I don't have to swap the lenses under those conditions. It surely helps ...

    @Michael: The John Deere green is a little tricky, but the D2Hs handles it quite good, I think:

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  7. Hammster


    Apr 24, 2007
    San Diego, Ca.
    great shots. Although I think I'd prefer color over b/w in these based on your last one that you posted.
  8. Jeff Lee

    Jeff Lee

    May 16, 2006
    Nice B&W camera work.
  9. i think color ones would look better
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