Corn Fields

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  1. magicmonkey

    magicmonkey TPF Noob!

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    it's a pretty boring picture I suppose but I just liked it:

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    C&C, as always, is more than welcome
     
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    it's a nice shot. cornfields always look good in that sort of light
     
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    Its SO serene! I like it!
     
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    Hm, reminds me of Little House on the Prairie or my hometown lol ^^ Nice job on this. I agree, it's a very serene picture. Good capture ^^
     
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    I like it too, not boring at all.
     
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    beautiful shot! i was expecting it to go lower into the wheat field though.
     
  7. LaFoto

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    No-no-no-no-no!
    Not boring.
    This is a lovely capture of the field in the setting sun.
    Maybe you would want to play with the curves or levels just a bit more to bring out the colours and some more contrasts and you will see ... I think!
     
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    nice shoot !!
     
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    Certainly the oddest corn field I've ever seen...

    Love the image though!! Well done!
     
  10. magicmonkey

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    ok, it's wheat, sorry!

    Thanks guys :)

    song2006: I can see what you mean about going lower into the field, I might have to get back and try a reshoot with that in mind...

    Lafoto: I did have a play with the curves and I could get more colour out of it but it starts looking a bit un-natural if I take it past here, still nice but you can really tell that the colours have been played around with
     
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    I dont thinks its boring at all! Love the light shinning down over the field... The field itself adds texture (Great texture) To your photo!
     
  12. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    OK, so you tried playing with it before ... right.
    And maybe you should have called this one "wheat field" to avoid confusion with our American English speakers on this forum ;) ;) ;) ;) ;).
     

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