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Went looking for a landscape - ended up in a field of cabbages . . .
f22 1s ISO 50 Lee 0.6 hard grad
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a gorgeous sky, good vibrant colours. not too sure about the bland foreground though.
Timing is everything.....and I got it all wrong.
My shot (posted after yours) gets kicked ot of the park next to this
Excellent colour in the sky, nice lead in!
Interesting colours of the sky, a bit too much of grass (i would take this shot a bit higher to take more interesting sky and less grass in shadow)
Like the composition and exposure but not too sure about the colour saturation.
It's a field with a half interesting sky....need I say more?
Oh, forgot to say...composition is good..converging diagonals n all that.
Strong composition Ed, but looks a bit dark to me. Could dow ith being a fraction lighter...not too much mind! 'Strong' colours too!
Looking forward to some fungi foraging on Sunday...see you there!
Those colours just blow me away. However I wondered about cropping it from the bottom up to a square - can't see too many cabbages or is that my unSpydered monitor .. 8-]
Just out of interest - I tried Googling to find out but couldn't get an answer - what does a hard grad do? Is it simply a more distinct line between the two halves of the filter? And how did you use it in this pic?
Thanks for the comments and sorry for the delay in replying - forgot to tick the box!
A hard grad, as you say, has a pretty distinct line between light and dark and is ideal in a situation like this where there's a linear horizon.
Gorgeous colors in the sky, but to tell you the truth I had to go to the large version and squint in front of my monitor to see the cabbages. A bit too dark for my taste.
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