Rodeo Dreamin'

Posted by B. Thomas (Arlington, Texas, United States) on 15 February 2010 in Sport & Recreation and Portfolio.

Bucking bronc at the Ft. Worth Stock Show and Rodeo.

Terral from Ponoka, Alberta, Canada

Neat processing. Wild colors.

15 Feb 2010 5:34am

@Terral: Thanks!

MK from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

better n better, well done Barb

15 Feb 2010 6:20am

@MK: Thanks!

Monique from Netherlands

This would make a great poster!!

15 Feb 2010 9:33am

@Monique: Thanks!

Tamara from Aarschot, Belgium

Oh great idea... a very colorful rodeo :)

15 Feb 2010 10:04am

@Tamara: Thanks, Tamara!

Maria i Sennan from Sennan, Sweden

Colourfull...postercolours..love it..Maria

15 Feb 2010 10:38am

@Maria i Sennan: Thanks, Maria!

MrsAmber from West Wickham, United Kingdom

Brilliant processing..like Robert Redford's Electric Cowboy!

15 Feb 2010 10:44am

@MrsAmber: Thanks, Kate. Hadn't thought of that. ;-)

Saeed Rasoulof from Tehran, Iran

interesting shot

15 Feb 2010 12:40pm

@Saeed Rasoulof: Thanks!

eme chiquilla from sevilla, Spain

wow! cool processed shot!! this way looks like the old movies posters!! :D

15 Feb 2010 1:35pm

@eme chiquilla: Thanks!

Petra from Tilburg, Netherlands

lovely processing!!!! well done

15 Feb 2010 1:36pm

@Petra: Thanks!

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

Love the post processing on this one Barbara! Well done! ;-)

15 Feb 2010 1:47pm

@Eric Cousineau: Thanks, Eric!

Roman from Thunder Bay, Canada

Ha, and I see you've done similar thing. Quite interesting, poster-like image.

cheers
Roman

15 Feb 2010 3:19pm

@Roman: Thanks!

Shahryar from Isfahan, Iran

interesting work ,I like it :)

15 Feb 2010 3:20pm

@Shahryar: Thanks!

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

Dynamite processing!

15 Feb 2010 4:10pm

@john4jack: Thanks, Jack!

The Big Guy from Regina, Canada

Nice post processing. Software is a wonderful thing in todays digital world. Well done...

15 Feb 2010 5:18pm

@The Big Guy: Thanks. I was just having fun with Photoshop. ;-)

Gina from Azores, Portugal

Very good work !!Great idea

15 Feb 2010 5:57pm

@Gina: Thanks!

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Wow Barbara, the processing is eye catching and original, must have taken a while to mask the horse and rider!

15 Feb 2010 6:30pm

@Curly: Thanks!

tataray from St Laurs, France

jolie pose !!!.. wouahhh les couleurs..

15 Feb 2010 7:14pm

@tataray: Thanks!

Amanda from Jersey City, United States

I LOVE this!! Brilliant processing to add even more energy to this scene! Well done!

15 Feb 2010 8:55pm

@Amanda: Thanks so much, Amanda!

Reflecteur from Gothenburg, Sweden

Great action shot!

15 Feb 2010 10:01pm

@Reflecteur: Thanks!

Sandy Weston from Madison, Maine, United States

I like this processing makes the photo feel the energy of the event and the action in this photo.

15 Feb 2010 10:31pm

@Sandy Weston: Thanks, Sandy.

One from Açores, Portugal

Excellent capture, good composition and great post processing !

15 Feb 2010 11:35pm

@One: Thanks!

Ajay from Pune, India

Love this processing and especially the action caught here.

16 Feb 2010 1:30am

@Ajay: Thanks!

Sandra Halverstadt from Leadville CO, United States

Such a creative photo!

16 Feb 2010 3:21am

@Sandra Halverstadt: Thanks!

Tracy from La Selva Beach, United States

Excellent treatment! The Rodeo should use this as a poster for their advertising! (and pay you lots too!)

16 Feb 2010 3:47am

@Tracy: Thanks, Tracy. I'd be happy for them to use this and pay me lots. ;-)

Charles Dastodd from Chicago, United States

this is sooo creative! very nicely done. i love the colors :D

16 Feb 2010 5:41am

@Charles Dastodd: Thanks, Charles.

StarCosmosBleu from Bedford.Qc, Canada

Cool processing...lovely..

28 Feb 2010 1:15am

@StarCosmosBleu: Thanks!

Shelle from Washington State, United States

Wow. I love this and all your photos. This is really creative. Another tool in the tool box!!

11 Apr 2010 9:19pm

@Shelle: Thanks so much for your comment. I'm glad you like my photos!!

Richard from Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Really interesting, nice processing!

9 Aug 2010 2:53pm

@Richard: Thanks Richard!

Nikon D5000
1/100 second
F/8.0
ISO 3200
217 mm (35mm equiv.)