straw bale field

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  1. m.s.jones

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    hi folks..not been around much of late,and not spent much time using the camera...but managed to get out with my wife for a few hours last sunday,when i saw this field,so i stopped to take a few shots....any good?

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  2. nitelife

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    ooh I love these kinds of shots :) Have you got the exif handy by any chance? Just wanna peek.
     
  3. m.s.jones

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    exif should be intact on this image...forgot noiseware removes exif from images.

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  4. shotokan101

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    Looks pretty good to me - nice sky - great colour tones - nice bit of foreground interest and the perspective of the cut crass leads you off into the distance - great composition - well captured - hate you ;) :smashin:

    JIm

    P.S. - why did the first version need to go through noiseware ?
     
  5. m.s.jones

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    cheers jim :p

    accidentaly run it through noiseware,as i was running other images through that were taken at high ISO :suicide:

    gonna go back there for sunset shots IF this weather improves :)
     
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    Cheers - I knew there had to be a "good" reason :D

    JIm
     
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    There's a field just down the road from me just like your shot and I have been waiting for the right sky as it's been cloudy for a few days now,was even hoping for a bit of a sunset,but dont think it's going to happen for a least a few days and sods law they will be all gone by then.

    Great shots,reminds me of a field just down the road from me:D
     
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    Excellent composition and colours.

    Mark.
     
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    very nice!
     
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    Fantastic, sharp front to back, nice rule of thirds, lines darwing sight in and great detail in the sky with clouds.

    I have seen worse in National Geographic and my money says that this is saleable to publication.

    Questions:

    Polarising filter??

    Tripod??

    Many discards?
     
  11. m.s.jones

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    thanks tonkie :smashin:...i'm going to re-visit this also when conditions look favourable for sunset shots ;)

    cheers mark :smashin:

    thank you tom :smashin:

    thanks aardvarks...:smashin:

    yes,did use a circular polariser.

    hand held

    no discards.

    hope this helps ;)
     

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