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Another shot with off camera flash, taken about a month ago.
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Nice use of flash, it does not look too harsh against the evening sky. Did you do much processing in PS?
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David, curves, a bit of dodging and burning and sharpening.
great fill in flash, it makes the wheat at the Forefront stand out really well, well done
Really like the use of flash in this, super image.
fantastic shot Mark
Nice shot, could you have asked for a better leed to the tree?
Looks like you had a mini earthquake also!
Plenty of detail here Mark specialy in the f/g like the use of flash
Good use of flash!
I like the way you've used flash to enhance the appearance of the wheat in the foreground.
Nice shot Mark.
Where's this path? It looks familiar but just can't quite place it.
Slade Hooton Pete, theres a path next to the railway line going towards Maltby.
Very effective Mark, brings out some lovely colour and the comp works very well too
Nice and lots of atmosphere, love the colours ^_^
Thanks for the RC folks
I have tried using flash in the past and never seem to get it to work like this. The lead in is fab to the tree and overall one I like
A different take on the "tree in cornfield" shot, and different is good sometimes.
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