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Using Photoshop’s Bridge and Snapshots to Make a Creative Image

written by: Ron Harris

The wheat-growing area in Washington State consists of rolling hills of loess soil blown in as dust from retreating glaciers 15,000 years ago. The soil is rich and deep, with top soil up to 100 feet thick in places, making it one of the most productive wheat- growing areas in the world. The hilly terrain causes the wheat growers to plow their fields in serpentine patterns, which are quite intriguing to look at and photograph. However, finding the most interesting areas usually requires many miles of driving on dirt roads. This photograph was made in 2005 from a high vantage Read more »