Tree on a Farm

Mountainside Images

When you see an image, it’s really easy to take your camera, point, and click. For a landscape photographer, such as myself, it’s point, pray, and click if you’re in a hurry, as I was with this photo.

I really wish I had been able to set-up my tripod, but my family was on the move and waiting for me. Sometimes, you just don’t have enough time to get the shot you want. If I had the time, I would’ve setup my tripod, closed my aperture more (achieving a deeper depth-of-field), and lengthened the shutter speed. This would’ve allowed for a sharper photo, especially with the wheat field in the background. The ISO was at 200 and the shutter speed was set to 1/4000, so clearly I had some room to work with on this if I had the time.

As it is, I was able to increase the contrast…

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