I went this morning to take some pictures of the sunflowers field behind my home when the plan starts spraying.
I climbed on an irrigation system (about 3 meter high) and used 800ASA and stabilizer to get as sharp pictures as I can.
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messenger1 (1033) 2008-05-30 1:57
Hello, Yuval -
Really unusual and eye-catching image. The colors are vibrant, and the details of the plane and the closer flowers are excellent. I like that we can clearly see the pilot. I would have enjoyed a note to explain a bit about how you got this shot; I see you were at 300/1 mm telephoto length, but were you in the air or on a hill? In any event, a great image.
dragonslayero (3116) 2008-05-30 2:00
Very interesting angle for a photo of a plane like this.
I'm just curious so I have to ask: How?
Was it just this close or did the 300m actually get you this close to the plane.
Overall I find the photo to be good, there is a however something about the photo that pulls down my overall impression. I can't quite put my finger on but I believe it is the colours. They look somewhat dull, like there is missing a "bang" to it.
Also I belive the contrast could have been boosted a little just add some more depth.
Thank you for sharing.
dumbo (4541) 2008-05-30 2:40
Well captured! I like that yellow plane against those yellow sunflowers.
This composition is also good.
sevy (58) 2008-05-30 5:20
Very nice shot of this action with a good sharpness on the plane and the blur of the landscape increasing when going to the background.
Perhaps with a less zoom view we could have seen perhaps lees details on the plane, but its actions would have been better shown?
claudialovera (30) 2008-05-30 8:19
Yuval...you has just transported me to another period of time...well done..
- Copyright: yuval naaman (kogawa) (4387)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2008-05-30
- Categories: Daily Life
- Camera: Canon EOS 40D, 75-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM
- Exposure: f/5.6, 1/1600 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2008-05-30 1:42