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    Farmland

    Farmland

    I kid you not, the scene was actually this vibrant. C&C welcome.

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    Re: Farmland

    A nicely balanced composition, Blake.

    I'm not sure about the electricity wires on the left side, but I don't have any real problems with them.

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    Re: Farmland

    Blake,
    Your photo is good, well balanced and with brilliant nice colours, but, in my opinion, it would be better without the electric wires and other small things in the left side.
    Antonio.

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    Re: Farmland

    The cables, being a common feature of a farmland scene, really don't matter. This is a nice composition and the vibrant colours are to be expected in that kind of weather. However, the camera records more contrast than the brain would perceive, and therefore, if the aim is realism, more shadow detail could be revealed and overall contrast reduced, but only carefully and subtly. But, of course, that might not be the intention.

    Philip

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    Re: Farmland

    A well composed and very nice image.

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    Re: Farmland

    Quote Originally Posted by MrB View Post
    The cables, being a common feature of a farmland scene, really don't matter. This is a nice composition and the vibrant colours are to be expected in that kind of weather. However, the camera records more contrast than the brain would perceive, and therefore, if the aim is realism, more shadow detail could be revealed and overall contrast reduced, but only carefully and subtly. But, of course, that might not be the intention.

    Philip
    Thank's. I prefer a bit of contrast just to make everything pop a bit more. I'll experiment, though.

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    Re: Farmland

    I like it Blake.
    Well done.

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