Hi, I am taking my photography a little more seriously and hence would like to plan the setup for my annual trip to Canola Fields.
I am very much an amateur and would appreciate an ideas on the best way to capture. As it is impossible to give tips without being at the location I want to describe the scene ...
The fields run along a boring national highway so the foreground is basically non existant, the fields run off and in the distance there is a mountain range.
That is all.... what would be ideal is a gravel farm road/wooden fence/tractor and then canola fields drifting off into the distance, but no such luck ..
Here is one example of same site I took last year (they only flower for a few weeks each year so planning is crucial) ... as you can see it does NOTHING (skew horizon etc etc), I believe I have improved my shots since this photo due to loads of practice but all help/ideas welcomed