Do those guyes get away with autotrac? my simple thinking would be that you would have to take not only the terrain into compensation, but also the ammount of tilt in the combine frame, because it looks like it throws the receiver quite a bit to one side or the other. Pretty cool none the less.
Thanks to all for the kind words about my images. I really enjoy creating them even though I am not actually a farmer myself. Feel free to check out some of my other harvest galleries at http://www.rdaltonphotos.com/agriculture Thank you.
TxFarmer, thanks for the comments. I am happy you enjoyed the images.
The price you listed in your post is for the full resolution download (10 - 16 mpix, way bigger than is needed for a screen saver) of one image. For a screen saver you could easily get by with the low resolution image which I just lowered the price to be $5. I would love to have the resources to give images away but unfortunately there are real costs associated with creating the images and hosting them on the web and I still haven't hit that big lottery payment that would allow me to retire in the manner I would like to become accustomed to.
I used the Nikon D2x, D300, D200 or D100 for the most of the shots on my website. A few of them are scanned from film and I used a Nikon F100 for those. My lenses include the Nikon 70-200 f2.8, 17-55 f2.8 and the Tokina 12-24 f4.