Barn in Fog

By: danitacahill

Jun 06 2012

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Category: composition, Farm, Landscape Photography, Photography, Rural Photography, Western, Winter

5 Comments

Aperture:f/11
Focal Length:168mm
ISO:400
Shutter:1/200 sec
Camera:Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi

This shot is a good demonstration of “something near, something far.”

Using this rule of thumb can turn a simple subject into a more interesting photo.

This shot, for example – if it were only of the foggy barn, it would look like a blurry, technically poor photo. Add the weeds and fence post in the foreground – which show up clearly – and now the photo has depth, perspective and the blurry background is explained as fog, not poor focus.

I took this last winter on some back country road in the Shedd/Tangent/Lebanon, Oregon area somewhere. In Linn County, of that I am sure!

Copyright Danita Cahill. All rights reserved.

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5 comments on “Barn in Fog”

  1. Beautiful. One of my projects is trying to capture “Middle America.” This is so reminiscent of the theme I am going for. Absolutely beautiful!

    • Thank you. What do you mean by “Middle America”?

      • My husband is from Missouri. Where he’s from specifically, there’s nothing but rolling hills, some rustic scenes, and some barns. I’m trying to put together a compilation of these photos for that project.

  2. That sounds like a fun and interesting project! Bet you’re having fun with that.

  3. […] Cahill Photojournalism Imagine. Dream. Create. Barn in Fog […]


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