" A WINTERS' FARM SCAPE "

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  1. New England Moments

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    I know, its warm outside... but lets throw up a cooling view..

    Just went by this scene the other day, to and from, and noticed that the large silo left, was down... down natural ??? don't know.. so went through last winters shots to compare, and see if I had it... Thought it would make a good critique.... Has some features I like in this shot, so give you your shot to let me know...
    • Focal length: 23.7mm (35mm equivalent: 93mm)
    • Exposure time: 0.0035 s (1/283)
    • Aperture: f/5.0
    • ISO equiv.: 50



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    I'm not a huge fan of the composition or lighting. I'd like to see it cropped at the top of the tree at bottom/middle/left, and up the right side so as to take out the road (as its brief appearance seems somewhat pointless to me). The lighting on the silo is nice, but not so much on the ground (featureless) or the facing-side of the barn (in shadow).

    The colors also seem flat to me.
     

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