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poulinp (4528) 2005-03-01 15:06
Very huge field! Good POV.
castellano (791) 2005-03-01 15:10
Beautiful landscape and great composition. I like the fields overlapping and the horizon line. The colours are very nice as well. Great DOF.
nbournas (3229) 2005-03-01 15:13
Yitzhak this is a nice shot but I think it would benefit from a better DOF using a smaller apperture. Thanks Nikos.
ishai (4097) 2005-03-01 15:18
You got a great capture here Yitzhak
The great color of the earth
The perspective ,the symmetry and the very good and natural division of this shoot
Rockyboy (20598) 2005-03-01 15:33
I like even more this one than your previous picture, Yitzhak. The framing is very good but I also think that without the sky, it could work too. Anyway, a nice picture to see!
RGatward (20050) 2005-03-01 15:34
What a curious way to plough a field. It must take ages just to make a strio that wide. Nice detial in the furrows, though the distance looks a little oversharpened, or a bit strange in some way. Anway, a minor quibble. I like the central framing here, adds impact to the shot.
nwoehnl (122) 2005-03-01 15:36
A well-found deep perspective in this one, Itzik - the shapes and textures of the springtime field sure make a nice subject. The low shooting angle and the sort of symmetrical framing were well chosen. Contrast is fine; I think a slight deemphasizing of the brightness and a deeper DOF could increase the impact.
Piotr (0) 2005-03-01 15:47
Fantastic, Route 66 in the green field, original composition
maphoto (8082) 2005-03-01 16:14
This is excellent Yitzhak, good idea for your subject with this low viuew on the horizon, great line for the separation of the field. Even if the light is strong in the back, the result is excellent, great texture in the foreground and graphically interesting, well done.
PLD_images (7149) 2005-03-01 16:15
Hello my friend,
Did you move to the contry side ;-)
Another very good shot from this special place. This shot is to good to be true. I suspect that you rented a tractor and made this track in the ground yourself just to get this superb photo. I am not certain that the farmer will appreciate this... ;-)
Seriously Itzik, this really is a fantastic shot. Usually centered subject dont please me, but in this case, it is so good and work so well for this composition. The photo is one of the best exemple of good use of perspective that I have seen.
elihesamian (26127) 2005-03-01 16:18
Exellent perspective to handle you title,Yitzhak,great graphic work,too,it's a unique work with this perspective,texture of the soil,colors,and ...depth which is in a semi hazy mood.
I like it,very nicely composed and indeed a strong shot in this motif.
papagolf21 (76973) 2005-03-01 17:29
Du silence naît tout ce qui vit et dure ; car c'est le silence qui nous relie à l'univers, à l'infini, il est la racine de l'existence et par là l'équilibre de la vie.
Une photo à regarder en silence !
Xalkida (11740) 2005-03-01 17:32
Very nice... line Yitzhak! :) Great depth! Very good lighting and colors! Well done!
danielswalsh (13591) 2005-03-01 20:23
Nice shot Yitzhak;
Great composition and colors. I like the detail in the forground- leading the eye right into the shot, and down the road... nicely done. I think the sky could have been darkened a bit by burning in Photoshop, but I don't find it too distracting.
thebecky (688) 2005-03-01 21:56
Great shot and it really does giving a feeling of infinity but also very real because it is so close to the earth. I like it very much.
ChrisJ (87654) 2005-03-02 3:32
I like the contrasting textures between the ploughed path & green fields, & the superb linear perspective, with the distant mountain range accentuated by the resultant vanishing point. Good sharpness, color, pov & brightness / contrast. Well done!
bantonbuju (51733) 2005-03-02 4:44
hi yitzhak, its such a powerful image here, i see potential for at least one more version (see my ws, just for fun)
jrj (34841) 2005-03-02 5:28
I guess this is the plow fure of your last photo seen in detail. and no doubt bringing in some perspective and depth. Asking me it seems that you almost had your nose in the soil there hehe..
jhm (123116) 2005-03-02 7:00
Hello Yetzhak, DEPTH - DEPth - depth, what a view, also the green colours and brown make you picture very nice. Excellent perspective too.
ephemere33 (9743) 2005-03-02 18:49
que ce chemin me parait long a parcourir...en tous les cas ...la perspective est bien rendue pour imaginer le nombre de km à parcourir...vraiment impressionnant...merci du partage...amicalement BI
singuanti (15250) 2005-03-02 21:37
the textures and depth are the two things that jump out at me. I wouldn't worry about the focus not being dead on in the distance, it's not that bad. I think I prefer the trade-off of a nice sharp and well-focused foreground.
ChristianS (2997) 2005-03-09 7:35
Beautiful scenery and nice low perspective. I like how this ploughed strip of land divides the green field and creates a nice symmetry and a strong contrast. Well done!
- Copyright: Yitzhak Avigur (avigur_11) (21954)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2005-02-26
- Categories: Nature
- Camera: Fuji FinePix F601Zoom
- Exposure: f/5.6, 1/280 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
- Theme(s): Lanscape photos [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2005-03-01 15:03
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