3 field photos

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  1. Quok1mb0

    Quok1mb0 TPF Noob!

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    took these three today and I am trying something different with the colors...let me know what you think please :)

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    The sky was pretty clear except for some scattered clouds and those are the shadows on number 1 and 3 that I was trying to capture...
    Laters!

    ADDED: shot these in raw at the same place as the top three...will be adding more laters...

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    All they need is a circular polarizer, and you'd be golden. The polarizer would just reallly make the sky match the saturation of the fields.

    Upon closer inspection, your burning in the first one is uneven. Its like a big blob of dark that's hanging around in the sky. You also seem to have some sensor dust too.
     
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    I think #1 would be great if the distant trees were not silouetted and you had not bisected the picture with the horizon right in the middle of the pic. The vanishing point lines of the rows and the deep green are super.

    I agree a polarizer would have done wonders to both #1 and #2 assuming you had the correct angle from the sun. Still good photos though.

    Keep it up.

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    Picture 2 is best IMO.

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  5. Quok1mb0

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    thanks alot every one! :) makes me feel a little better about my pictures! :)
     
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    Mention has been made of the centred horizon line ... that would be my first point of critique here.
    Then mention has been made of a polarizer, a word which brings tears into my eyes since I lost mine in February in some wilderness where it was not to be found again (sniff-sniff :cry: ) and I just do not have the funds to replace a POLARIZER just like that. But both Christmas AND my birthday are coming up ...
    OK, I like your "eye" for vanishing points, those have always fascinated me in photography, and in 2 you really get somewhere ... and I am even almost about to forgive you the centred horizon line in that one because of the nice sky, although... well... :scratch:

    My favourite is the last, the close crop right onto the corn field, just the corn filling the frame ... and I might mention the colour of said corn and that I like that very colour so much, but I have said so ever so often on here before, people even start mocking me with my preference for said colour. So I'll leave it unsaid ;).

    By the way: these clearly belong into Landscapes and Nature!
     
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    I think the second shot is my favorite, the feeling of depth is very evident in that shot.

    Regards,
    Peter Witham
     
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    out of curiosity how much and what is a polarizer? and thanks lfoto and grfx guru! :)
     
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    #2 is really nice. I like it!
     
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    The second one is one of my favorite pictures ever!
     
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    like number 1 the best but all are very good
     
  12. Quok1mb0

    Quok1mb0 TPF Noob!

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    i have gotten such good feedback on my second photo I might upload it into my Deviant Art! :) any ideas on names? LoL

    Thanks everyone!
     

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