" Barn-scape '

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  1. New England Moments

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    A scenic Vermont Barn....
    • Focal length: 8.9mm (35mm equivalent: 35mm)
    • Exposure time: 0.0040 s (1/250)
    • Aperture: f/5.0
    • ISO equiv.: 50
    • Whitebalance: Manual
    • Metering Mode: spot
    • Exposure: Manual
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    looks awesome, so much crisp detail.
     
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    i must say outright that i hate the frame. it just pops up in such a nasty way and it's so unnecessary... but besides that the photo is nice, maybe needing a bit more oomph (more contrast, more vibrant colours) but otherwise nice :)
     
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    I love it looks great, lovely colours especially in the building which detracts attention away from the dry grass in the centre of the shot. I'm not sure what a 3m high shot from that view would look like?
     
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    The horizon is to central but other then that I love it.
     

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