This is the Farmer's Market in our town, and where we sold Rhubarb Pies this weekend for a fundraiser.
Unfortunately, we just had a lowly center spot with with no shelter. And the rain came just after we set up. But I did have an umbrella in my car! And I rigged the umbrella up against the easel.
All the pies got put under the tables to protect them, and eventually Doug went home quickly to get large black garbage bags to cover them with for more protection.
This is a shot from under the umbrella. Kind of dreary. . . no one to buy the pies, and see the drops of water coming off the edge of the umbrella?
And back and forth we went, pulling the pies out, putting them back under the table, all morning long!
We sold 37 of the 38 pies! I'm planning on having a piece of pie tonight! With vanilla ice cream, of course.
But I have a question for all of you. . . I started with these photos as RAW photos, and then applied the RGB color profile when I opened them with CS3, I did an initial defog, then a color pop and sharpen. After this and saving them to a jpeg file, I converted the color profile to sRGB, resized and saved for web.
In the past, I haven't been saving to web with the sRGB color mode (profile?) And I hadn't been defogging initially. I find this all rather confusing but am trying to learn. .. . . What processes do all of you follow?