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Author: Keller Tim
Gallery: La Tierra
Make : NIKON CORPORATION
Model : NIKON D300
Date Time Original : 2008-10-05 20:14:53
Focal Length : 14/1
Exposure Time : 111111/20000000
F Number : 9.9
Iso Speed Ratings : 200
Metering Mode : 3
White Balance : 1
Focal Length In35mm Film : 21
Orientation : 1
X Resolution : 300.000000
Y Resolution : 300.000000
Software : Capture NX 1.3.4 M
Yes, Andrzej, I gave much thought to this, knowing the "rule" and anticipating this discussion; I shot some as you suggest, which I'm likely to post later. But I processed this first as it just felt compelling to me despite breaking the rule. There are times we can successfully break rules; we'll each have our own opinions on whether this is one of those times. Thanks.
Good photograph,but would by more interesting if U could move main subject to one of site,not just in the centre of field.Cheers.Andrzej
Jose Ignacio Saez de Ugarte
Great colours and composition, Tim. I like it "in the middle". But I like, most of all, meet you again after vacations. Best regards from Bilbao.
Don't change anything, Tim. It's great! Rules?...Rules say: Red traffic light = stop. Where I live it's a question of personal interpretation... and all is fine :)
Beautiful focus and detail, awesome sky!
Tim, This is a wonderful photo, so I agree with your presentation and forget the "rule"! I just got the same lens and it was really because of you and Matt Laur's results. It is very sharp but I'm not really used to it. This image is a great example of a perfect use for it! Best regards, Dick
Very nice shot, beautiful sky, good colors and light.
Another very nice one. Regards, Jean-Marc
lovely image nice tonal control.
Tim, I will appear in your defense at your hearing in front of the Rules Of Thirds Commission when the time comes. This one works! I like the hay vortex and the sky it's spinning off. Just so. Great use of that focal length.
Roll Thank you...