Would you like to participate in the Weekly Photo Challenge? Just take a photo that is your interpretation of the theme and post it in this thread.
- Your photo(s) should be your own, i.e., they should not have been taken by someone else. - Photoshopping is allowed but should be kept to the basics only rather than a total transformation. - Grab your camera, experiment, and, most of all, have fun.
This week's theme was suggested by tonyw . (Thanks, Tony!)
Photoshop Elements 7,10,11,12,13,14,15,2018,2019,2020 Photoshop 2020 & Lightroom Classic 9 Windows 10 Pro
Spotted the sun on a rusty antique oil drum which really made it glow. Full disclosure - I was hoping for a blurred background but the camera/lens didn't give enough so I added quite a bit more in post-processing.
Fujifilm XT-3 mirrorless Nikon D7000 Photoshop Elements many versions Photoshop CC, Lightroom Classic, ON1 Raw
Chain, nut and bolt on an old play set. (No longer code.)
Sony A7III FF mirrorless, Sony FE 200-600mm f/5.6-6.3 G OSS lens, FE 24mm F1.4 GM lens, Sony FE 24-105mm f/4 G OSS, 70-400G, 70-300G, Sony A77 APS-C, Sony 16-80 CZ, Minolta 100 macro. Currently using PSE 2018, but had PSE 11, 10, 8, 6 and 3; PS LE and full PS.
I have a pair of those that I used this week. The adjustment screw was a bit rusty and difficult to turn, so I doused them with WD-40 after I was finished... loosened them up nicely. They were part of my tool box when we lived in our beach house in the Bahamas, and as such needed regular lubrication. Here in Colorado it takes long exposure to the elements (or an act of Congress) to make anything rust, so I hadn't oiled them for a few years.