"Berry Mill"

Picture by steve_zasadny

  • Rome, GA, USA

  • 2596
  • 5
  • 7
  • January 23, 2020
  • Picture of the day
  • Canon 5D S R
  • EF16-35mm f/2.8L II USM
  • Shooting Style Tripod
  • Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
  • Exposures Number -2-1 0 +1+2
  • Editing Software Photomatix Pro / Photoshop CC / Topaz Studio / Other
  • File Format RAW
  • Notes


23 Jan 05:38

The Berry Mill is located on the Berry College campus. Look at the non HDR image and you will see a large tree in front of the building that isn't there in the final image. I placed the chimney in front of the tree to create the illusion that the tree was behind the building. A little artistic license!! I also added a little Fall color. The wheel measures 42 feet in diameter.

23 Jan 13:39

great pict.!

23 Jan 15:48

truly PC wallpaper

23 Jan 20:35

Steve Z , The Master of Manipulation. Doesn't get any better than this. Outstanding work overall.....Thanks for sharing your Talents with us.

23 Jan 21:33

@digicam Thanks Ed. This pic didn’t need no stinkin’ tree in front of it!!! Haha I’m going back to the junkyard and a couple of mills on March 10 again ( $49 Southwest flights). Somehow I gotta get you over there. You’d love the place.

23 Jan 21:33

@e.wijsen thank you Ed

23 Jan 21:34

@eduardo_kiehl I did resize it 1920x1080. It is a good screensaver! Send me your email.

Updated 24 Jan 02:03

@steve_zasadny , Congrats on POTD... If Eduardo will click on Arrows top right of page this will enlarge image then he can SAVE IMAGE and resize it himself to whatever size he needs as a Wallpaper I saved it and it's 2400 x 1594 copied from the screen page. I enlarged it to 5280 x 2880 for my Mac. Looks great. thanks again for sharing.

24 Jan 02:25

@digicam That’s good to know. I didn’t even think about what the resolution was on the site. My desktop screen is only 1920x1080. Your resolution should look really good. Did you use Ai to enlarge? The only sharpening that I did was the Topaz Ai because I had a tendency to over sharpen. I guess it’s time for that screen upgrade.

24 Jan 11:48

Love the colours and excellent job with that tree!

Updated 24 Jan 12:49

@steve_zasadny, Steve, I took the 2400 x 1594 to A I Gigapixel set it at 3xEnlarge. Then set on Manual. Set Suppress Noise to 40%, and Remove Blur to 40%. When finished it produced a 7200 x 4782. I then resized it to a 5120 x 2880 to fit the IMac 5K Screen. It's now a 16:9 resolution without distortion. Looks great. Will send you a copy. Have A Great Weekend!

29 Jan 09:55

It's wonderful picture!

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