Field of Wheat 3  

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Uploaded: 07/30/11 9:36 AM GMT
Field of Wheat 3
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Same spot as Field of Wheat 2. This one is a composite of three images. Original size was 110cm by 32cm. Used a different white balance and colour cast to produce some variety. Thanks for stopping by!


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07/30/11 2:44 PM GMT
Wow what you did with this photo is absolutely stunning,the light as work a 100%.The colours are nice and natural.the detail plus the depth of field is spot on my friend.
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07/31/11 4:59 PM GMT
Hey! I was gonna say that exact thing!

The thing that really struck me was the lack of distortion in such a wide image and how it pulls me into the distance. I use black fields on some of mine because I like how the black provides such a strong contrast to the image and brings out elements and details we don't normally see... kinda like standing a good-looking guy next to me--by contrast, the good-looking guy looks even better! Very nice work, Richard. Into my favs (where more and more of yours seem to be ending up, for some reason).
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07/31/11 6:54 PM GMT
Very nice reinterpretation of the photo. The wide angle and color suits it very well.
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08/08/11 10:32 PM GMT
Great composition here.
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01/31/14 4:52 AM GMT
love it, how did you knit the three photos, what software did you use?
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So is a good comment all about the praise or is constructive criticism a good comment. all I see is people praising each other. I would would like real comments that help me with my work. That help me take better pictures. Perhaps camera settings, setup, etc.. Your thoughts on this?

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