Published September 29, 2011
A corn husk in Texico, IL.
I liked this picture of a corn husk because it seemed to pick up a lot of good texture. I noticed all the individual pieces of corn could be seen as well as the husk peeling back. I was in Texico, IL where my girlfriend’s grandparents live taking pictures on a Sunday afternoon. I decided to squat down just a bit and see if I could get a good picture of this corn husk with the other stalks in the background. I liked that it focused on the one main husk but I would have liked more depth of field. Or should I keep the depth of field out of it? Because that might actually take the focus off the main husk of corn. If I were able to shoot this again I would try to have a smaller aperture and get more depth of field just to see what it looks like in comparison to the current photo. Then I would decide which one I would like more. (I really hope that is correct, small aperture=more depth of field? Which means it’s a larger F stop) T Anyways, I like taking pictures of natural things especially landscape type photos so this was as natural as I could get that day.