Cornfields can be photogenic?

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  1. JEazy

    JEazy TPF Noob!

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    Had this idea in my head for awhile now, finally went out and shot it. Comments and critiques are definatly wanted!

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    ISO: 200
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    Aperture: f/20.0
     
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    Great color.. it looks a little tilted to me... Next time you shoot.. I would try not to get the horizon right in the middle of the photo. Oh, and yes.. Corn fields can provide lots of photography fun. :)
     
  3. JEazy

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    Thanks, yeah i guess the horizon is pretty centered.
     
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    hot shot TPF Noob!

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    they can also be great alien hunting grounds as well :meh:

    nice pic tho

    but remember whenyou see the corn rustle RUN:lmao:
     
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    I like using cornfields for photos, usually they are a nice green color in the spring/early summer and provide great color. Also they are abundant in Iowa, so easy to find and use! ;)

    Nice shot...
     
  6. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I have always thought that cornfields are photogenic. We are surrounded by pretty many of them. So far, however, I have not managed to get as colourful a photo of any of them as you have here.

    But there remains the "issue" of the centred horizon... :roll:
    Could you imagine losing a couple of clouds and a bit from the right of the pic in some creative cropping so you can shift the horizon upwards a little?
     

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