Wheat field.

2 months 3 weeks ago #672829 by Tom-Dinning
Make: NIKON CORPORATION
Model: NIKON D700
ISO: 200
Aperture: f/4.0
Shutter speed: 1/2000 sec
Captured: Mon, 5 Apr 2010 0:35am


Approaching storms seem a good subject to photograph except when you’re km from no where and the potential to turn the path less trod into a quagmire.


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2 months 3 weeks ago #672893 by Eshan Rachit
This is good. I think you have a knack in B&W shots.


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2 months 3 weeks ago #672994 by MYoung
Agree, this is a powerful yet, curious photo.  I like it very much! 


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2 months 3 weeks ago #673026 by Kelly Emery
The light in the cloud is very fascinating. 


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2 months 3 weeks ago #673092 by Jessy Page
Dramatic, love it


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2 months 3 weeks ago #673116 by Tom-Dinning
My Lil Bro takes me for walks when I visit him.
”I know a short cut,” he says.
Very funny. NOT!
buggered if I know where we end up. Often crossing some paddock or pebble hopping a flooded creek. We even finished up under the M60 heading for Manchester .And we’d started in York.

We do see some interesting country. Being the UK there’s always rain about. 


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2 months 3 weeks ago #673121 by Tom-Dinning
Make: NIKON CORPORATION
Model: NIKON D700
ISO: 200
Aperture: f/18.0
Shutter speed: 1/50 sec
Captured: Sun, 4 Apr 2010 23:22pm


More wheat, more rain.


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2 months 2 weeks ago #673702 by Jack Mason
Really nice! I love the render of the shot. 


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2 months 1 week ago #674011 by effron
I like them both...a lot!
Well done.

Why so serious?
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2 months 1 week ago #674016 by garyrhook
I prefer the 2nd post, given a strong foreground/middle/background. It creates a more clear sense of place to me. The first has too much undefined black in the clouds (is there any detail that can be recovered?) and the vegetation is a nice texture, but you've missed the opportunity to D&B to create some drama.

In the first case, the wheat field isn't really the subject, is it?

I do like them both. I just the the latter is more successful. Thank you for sharing.


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2 months 1 week ago #674023 by Tom-Dinning

garyrhook wrote: I prefer the 2nd post, given a strong foreground/middle/background. It creates a more clear sense of place to me. The first has too much undefined black in the clouds (is there any detail that can be recovered?) and the vegetation is a nice texture, but you've missed the opportunity to D&B to create some drama.

In the first case, the wheat field isn't really the subject, is it?

I do like them both. I just the the latter is more successful. Thank you for sharing.


Whats a D&B when it’s at home, Gary?
You’ll need to forgive me on that. There’s probably a language barrier. We don’t do much abbreviating where I live. I don’t even text or use emojis. Yep, I’m that f***ing old.


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2 months 1 week ago #674029 by garyrhook

Tom-Dinning wrote:

garyrhook wrote: I prefer the 2nd post, given a strong foreground/middle/background. It creates a more clear sense of place to me. The first has too much undefined black in the clouds (is there any detail that can be recovered?) and the vegetation is a nice texture, but you've missed the opportunity to D&B to create some drama.

In the first case, the wheat field isn't really the subject, is it?

I do like them both. I just the the latter is more successful. Thank you for sharing.


Whats a D&B when it’s at home, Gary?
You’ll need to forgive me on that. There’s probably a language barrier. We don’t do much abbreviating where I live. I don’t even text or use emojis. Yep, I’m that f***ing old.


I rather doubt you're much older than me, although I'm not quite a pensioner.

You're British, if I'm not mistaken? Don't you mean "bloody old"? :-D

Apologies for the shorthand. D&B == "dodge and burn".

And that should have read, "I just think that the latter..."  Me and my fingers. *sigh*


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2 months 4 days ago #675084 by KENT MELTON
That frame really adds nicely to this shot.  Well done.  


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1 month 4 weeks ago #675620 by Randy Shaw
Yep, it works for me.  Nice job here, the B&W works along with the choice in frame.


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1 month 2 weeks ago #677434 by Jin Hyuk Kwon
Yeah! I think this render works fine for me. 


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