Wednesday, 2 May 2007

Vineyard II - 葡萄園

Seifried Vineyard, Nelson, New Zealand

Nikon D200
AF Nikkor 35-135mm F3.5-4.5 @ 90mm
F4.5, 1/250, ISO-100

7 comments:

  1. I love this. Usually I see photos taken looking down the rows. This is a new perspective on a vineyard for me.

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  2. I love this one Ben, The mass of yellow leafs and the dark background is striking!

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  3. Good contrast between that nice deep background and the bright foreground vine leaves. The shallow depth of field works well and reinforces the effect of the contrast in giving depth to the scene. The post, wire and vine branches give good structure to the subject. Nice one Ben! I really like that depth.

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  4. The simplicity works for me too. I most love that rim of contrast at the top.

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  5. A sea of gold. I love the composition and everything about this shot. Nice job Ben.

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  6. Tena koe ehoa
    I like the transluscency of the yellow hue. I think it's a great temptation of colour without commiting to the indulgence of it completely. The bokeh as a background aspect is an excellent POI as it defines without detail the nature of what we know is there.
    As already alluded to, though worth repeating, your DOF is superb Ben!

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  7. That's great forks. I'm glad you all like this image. I took a row of vines from angle, straight with vanishing point at centre and some other variations. But! Somehow, I found all ordinary and this one was unique. I'm not saying other method is bad. It is proven and good but I found this is more interesting.

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