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Rape Seed Field

By tinareid1
I got up early Saturday morning, the sun was shinning, so what a way to start the weekend and get out and take some picture's

Tags: Flowers and plants

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pamelajean Plus
10 958 1818 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2009 12:14PM
Rape fields are photographed a lot, Tina, and so they do need to have a wow factor in order to attract attention. You have done well to isolate a few of the flowers against the sky, especially the large one on the left, rather than just having a straight horizon. However, the sky doesn't have much going on, so a bit of a crop might improve this, and I would suggest a little off the left, fairly close to the large flower, some off the top, and about one third off the right, bringing the larger flower into more prominence. You will then have a tighter composition and less blank space. Next time, get even closer to one tall flower and make it your focal point, offsetting it in the frame and using a small aperture/high f-stop so that you get everything in focus. The alternative is to get just your main flower in focus, with the rest out of focus, by using a larger aperture/lower f-stop for shallower depth of field.

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