Oklahoma

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  1. KamaKazzy

    KamaKazzy TPF Noob!

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    Three shot from my trip to Oklahoma. Remember, I have no editing program...
    1.) My grandmother actually owns this, and several others. They still work
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    2.) Barn I went looking for rattlesnakes around
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    3.) Field I looked for rattlesnakes
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    C & C wanted!! ;)
     
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    They look good except the horizon in the first in slanted, in the second I wish I could see more of the barn, and in the last I would have rather liked to see more of either the sky and or the ground. But other than that they seem to be exposed well, and the focus is good. I would just work a little on the composition.
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    So, where are the pictures of the rattlesnakes?

    :D

    The oil well needs to be rotated a bit clockwise. The barn I would not have cropped so much to the right on it.

    My mom owns some shares of a number of oil wells in Oklahoma. She gets a check every now and then, but it's not for much. :D

    Mike
     
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    While I know that rules can be violated in certain areas and look great.......I think these would look a lot better if you had stuck to the rule of thirds. The way they are now just looks too snapshotty (yes I made up a word). Adding a little contrast or saturation would help the sky stand out better too.
     
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    A little straightening on that first one, and getting rid of that pole on the left doesn't hurt...

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    Thanks everyone.
    I didn't alter these pics at all, no program to do so, but I'm working on that.
    Mike...we didn't find any rattlesnakes. It sucked, but I did come home with a tarantula.
    Oh...and these were just snap shots I took but when I looked at them they didn't look too bad.
     
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    Tarantulas are bad this year, they are everythere..
     

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