Blowing in the wind

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    I like the angle. Feels a little washed out.. a gradiated ND filter would've probably been helpful to darken the sky up just a bit. I am curious about the softness around the edges.. is that a slow shutter effect of the grass moving in the breeze or did you use a spot focus filter?
     
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    Art composition has been studied for hundreds and hundreds of years now.

    It is positively known that images that are centered are usually less appealling than images that have a main element at a junction of lines drawn every 1/3rd of an image both horizontally and vertically.

    That does not mean centered images never work, but it is infrequent.

    Rule of thirds - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     
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    The pic was just a normal pic i fixed it online just fooling around with different ways to do it i kind of liked the blurry effect and originally it was in color i had changed it to black and white prob put a little too much blurry...I'll try to fix it one day.
     

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