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Daisymaye Plus
8 23 10 Canada
17 Jun 2011 8:30PM
It'a a beauty. Nice feel of a warm breeze..........Sandy

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lobski 5 2 1 Philippines
17 Jun 2011 8:40PM
Nice color tone. So warm...


Fred Grin
Beautiful colours cast by the light

Jody
RonnieAG Plus
7 153 116 Scotland
17 Jun 2011 9:29PM
Captured at a time of day when the soft warm light enhances the crop colour, this image with strong lead in lines is so well composed: even the barley ears are pointing in the right direction.
Ronnie.
bill33 Plus
5 18 1 Scotland
17 Jun 2011 11:12PM
I agree with Ronnie, superb composition with excellent lighting,wonderfully captured, Bill.
Richsr 9 91 223 England
18 Jun 2011 1:49PM
Like that warm light and the good comp too Nick.
Regards Richard
derekhansen Plus
8 210 24 United Kingdom
18 Jun 2011 7:05PM
The light on the barley heads is really striking Nick.
Derek
Steve-T 9 56 66 England
19 Jun 2011 4:39PM
Suberb. steve
AnneWorner 9 620 43 United States
20 Jun 2011 1:27PM
Suggestion for focus throughout which I think would really benefit an image like this. I like this don't get me wrong..........especially like how the light hits the tops of the grasses and the perspective.

Set focus on manual, set at 3-5 ft (don't know if you are using a prime or zoom lens) - on my 12-60 I set the focal to 17mm, the distance to 3ft, the aperture to f/22, and just shoot. You don't have to focus, everything will be sharp from front to back.
Nick_w Plus
9 4.3k 99 England
20 Jun 2011 1:45PM
Hi Wefi that is exactly the technique I used. Smile except I tend to use F13-f16 due to defraction setting in at about F18.

If your referring to the slight softness in the barley mid distance, this was caused by the wind, in fact I was trying to emphasise it. If you look at the close fg and the barn they are both sharp.
paulcr 12 1.5k 9 Ireland
24 Jun 2011 3:46PM
Beautiful lines. Even the way the wheat is falling into the shot is excellent. Paul

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