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Here are a couple more if it works.November 7, 2020 at 8:30 am #55083Blessings CapturedParticipant
Welcome to the forums @tashavk! Isn’t fall such a pretty time to take pictures!
You’re probably having problems posting pictures because they are to large a file size. Here’s a video that Mr Staddon made showing how to downsize images for the forums.
In the picture of the bean field and barns, the tree are nice and vibrant. One thing you could fix with an editing program is to straighten the horizon. To fix that in the field, I try to line up the horizon with either the grid lines in Live view or line up the horizon with the focus points in the viewfinder.
It might be neat to try getting really low and use the bean field as a dynamic foreground. Also if you could find an angle where the lines of the field pointed towards your subject.
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Ya the camera moved as i was taking the picture…thus making the horizon crooked. Thanks for the tips!😁November 10, 2020 at 6:37 am #55131Joshua OngParticipant
Love the beautiful colours of the trees.
A tripod could be used to avoid camera movement when taking pictures. Additionally, the Rule of Thirds grid on your camera can be utilised to align the horizon.
Hope this helps.November 11, 2020 at 9:01 am #55134
Ya I don’t have a tripod yet but I will be using it for that kind of thing when I get one. I’ll try the grid. Thanks!November 12, 2020 at 10:14 am #55159James StaddonKeymaster
Welcome @tashavk! In addition to the vibrant color of the trees, I find it interesting that the horizontal patterns in the field and in the sky virtually match each other. I think this relationship creates a calm, visual tug-of-war between the top and bottom of the image which helps keep the eye from wondering off those edges of the frame. With attention now on the center elements, it is unfortunate that the telephone wires are so prominent, a regular problem photographers face, and one reason why we either approach the same scene from a different perspective or learn to use programs like Photoshop. Keep shooting those beautiful things that stand out to you!
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