this is what nebraska has to offer

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  1. sweet_a

    sweet_a TPF Noob!

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    - not hdr -

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    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I like the way the POV from the observer (camera) is straight on to the end of the field, but the next swath of the bailer curves off to the right.

    I like the sky as well as the overall contrast to this image.

    There is something funny going on with the top right bale (?) next to the lone tree.
     
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    cloning along skyline fixed in original image
     
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    nealjpage multi format master in a film geek package

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    :thumbup: Very nice. I shot off a few rolls of film down around Hallam when I was home in October. I still think the great plains is the best landscape to shoot.

    Where'd you take this?
     
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    it was in a field east of waverly (i was driving to omaha via hwy 6 and just stopped when i saw something i wanted to shoot)
     

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