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  #170 Rule of Thirds, Again
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Night on the Farm       ©2016 SteveBee
Panasonic DMC-GX8       4th place, 167 points
3s, f2.8, ISO 1600, 24mm, Normal Program, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: Just routine PP, nothing special.       Extra Info: I chose this particular shot because of the way all the lines converge on the tree -- the road, the fence, the shed roof lines, and the jet contrail streak across the moon.
 
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Mepo
Apr 19, 2016
    Congrats - this one simply drew me right in. Shows off the power of the rule of thirds when used correctly.

mrsawyer
Apr 18, 2016
    Congrats on a fine entry and finish.

Is that a light tower in the distance under the left branches?
Is that the Big Dipper to the upper right of the moon?

Did you have to use noise reduction at ISO 1600?

Lo
Apr 18, 2016
    Well done Steve - the exposure is just perfect. The starry sky is so much a part of the countryside, and so absent in the city.

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Amberbug
Apr 18, 2016
    Nice shot, exposure.

Anthony Comyn
Apr 18, 2016
    A nice night farm scene. The white streak it quite dominant, but because it ends behind the tree, it is almost a distraction to the rest of the scene. Nicely composed otherwise.

johncomyn
Apr 18, 2016
    Nicely done night shot, I think the trail is a important part here.

BarbroS
Apr 18, 2016
    Very nice night shot, illumination and colours - and yes the composition great, as you describe it ver well yourself.

ysal
Apr 17, 2016
    I totally agree with your assessment of the image. Everything in the shot point to the tree, very dramatic effect. In my top picks.

aoc46
Apr 17, 2016
    Very impressive - well-composed and shot, and right on theme. Really like the detail in the stars. One small complaint might be the relative emptiness of the immediate foreground versus all the interesting things in the rest of the scene.

Lo
Apr 16, 2016
    Excellent use of exposure to capture the stars in the skies and the wonderful shadows on the farmstead. The tree is right on the button theme-wise

Old Finn
Apr 16, 2016
    Rule of thirds is followed here.

dk
Apr 16, 2016
    yeah, agree with what you said in your extra info; all makes this look like such a pleasant eve

artsy
Apr 16, 2016
    So peaceful!!!

babysister
Apr 15, 2016
    Well spotted and well taken. In my favs.

forkcandles
Apr 15, 2016
    wow. this I think will do well.
this is a right time right place shot
enough said

davemisunas
Apr 15, 2016
    I like this photo... nice time exposer.. The tree is supposed to be the focus but I think the moon steels the show.. in my TT.
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