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19/04/2012 - 1:27 PM

Pitstone Windmill

Pitstone WindmillThis is a good shot mark, a good contrast between the green field and the blue sky. This looks as if it was early or near the end of the day as the sky is changing colour. To improve an image like this I would have been closer and had more of the windmill in so that more of the detail is shown, plus either in brighter light or wait till darkness falls a bit to create a night scene with a bit more exposure. The mill in this shot is your main subject but it is too far away I would recon, so deffo closer and less field. When I set up a shot like this I always have a foreground made up of an object such as a fence post or rock, then the mill in the middle as the main focus with the background as sky or tree line so that it gives it more dimention. If you wanted to create the mill as the sole purpose of the photo then maybe focus more on it so the rest is a blurr, this would bring the mill out more..
Hope this is usefull..
Dan