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Photo "Into the Fields"

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Into the Fields
Wed 5 Feb 2020 22:21
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Vladimir B. Vladimir B. #1 Wed 5 Feb 2020 22:25

Very interestingly

Danny V Danny V #6 Thu 6 Feb 2020 18:35

Many thanks, Vladimir! smile

Vladimir B. Vladimir B. #13 Thu 6 Feb 2020 23:17

I glad to see your pictures once again handshake

Danny V Danny V #16 Thu 6 Feb 2020 23:41

No problem wink

Irina Z. Irina Z. #2 Wed 5 Feb 2020 22:52

Beautiful and graphic work!

Danny V Danny V #7 Thu 6 Feb 2020 18:35

Thanks a lot, Irina!

Leo NucLeon Leo NucLeon #3 Wed 5 Feb 2020 23:02

I would reduce the front unsharp plane by half giving more attention and weight to the "tractor" part of the photo and also would add vignette (very little). my variant of the photo


Danny V Danny V #8 Thu 6 Feb 2020 18:36

Thanks a lot, Leo. Your variant looks great. I'll have a look at it! wink

Jakob Molzen Jakob Molzen #4 Wed 5 Feb 2020 23:26

Great perspective, depth and calm atmosphere.. where is this taken ? brgds Jakob smile

Danny V Danny V #9 Thu 6 Feb 2020 18:39

Thank you ,Jacob. This picture was taken in Burgundy/France. Fields some 30km to the northwest of Dijon. The fields are very big there and there is a lot of chalk into the soil. This chalk reflects the light and gives also more colour.

Sergey W. Sergey W. #5 Wed 5 Feb 2020 23:52

Хорошо. Но непонятна цель обесцвечивания.

Danny V Danny V #10 Thu 6 Feb 2020 18:41

There is no discoloration, Sergey. This is the play of light and shade on the soil because of the clouds/sunlight. There is a lot of chalk into the soil in this region and this reflects the light where there is sunlight (top of the picture). Where there is shade you get other coloration (lower part)

Leo NucLeon Leo NucLeon #17 Fri 7 Feb 2020 04:42

Is that, what you called chalk, some kind of fertilizer like Calcium Carbonate?

Danny V Danny V #18 Fri 7 Feb 2020 16:43

Hello Leo, chalk is indeed like the fertilizer. But here it is in big pieces in the earth in a natural way. It is not added. It is very interesting for photograpy especially in spring when the crops are still not there or very low. The chalk gives an extra dimension when hit by sunlight. It reflects the light. smile

Leo NucLeon Leo NucLeon #19 Fri 7 Feb 2020 19:57

Thank you for the explanation.