ABOUT ME

I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
I am always willing to share what knowledge I have and can be contacted through the comments on this post or e-mail ADRIAN
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Monday, 1 October 2018

TWO NEW TOOLS.

I'll start with a short video of me trying to emulate an effect John at MIDMARSH JOTTINGS has created. His is better than mine but I am on the right track: I hope.



Last week a new implement arrived. It's a grand bit of tackle. If you don't know then have a guess what it is. The answer is at the end of the post.


Here it is after it has done a few hectares.
That's all for now.

It's a Sub-Soiler.

UPDATE
Had A siesta and came back to the job. Much better now.

 BEFORE.
AFTER.

6 comments:

  1. Don't take that second bit of kit to Faslane, Adrian - the Navy will not be impressed!

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    1. Richard, I don't think they will mind. They use posh paint not Homebase emulsion.

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  2. Brilliant result at the end there. Looks a very complicated process. Think I'll stick to programs which have the facility built in. I think a lot depend on the composition of the original. Not too much subtle variation in contrast. Some just do not work well. Thanks for the link.

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    1. John, the original footage or image is critical. I'm going to supersaturate the original and then convert to B&W. It is a bit of a faff but I enjoy messing about.

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  3. There's nothing like a good sub-soiler. At least I can understand one of them.

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    1. Graham, Yes they are much easier to understand than the baler or seed drill. Only one spool valve to lift it up to stop and drop it down to sub-soil.

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