Children of the Corn
Cornfield photographed up in Griswold, Connecticut. I was actually photographing the sunflower fields at Buttonwood Farms and walking back to my car came upon this great cornfield with those beautiful fluffy clouds. I see cornfields and I always think of the movie, “Children of the Corn”. Vintage photo is from Dover’s “Old Fashion Children’s Images”. and I colorized and retouched the image in Photoshop. I intentionally have the little boy fading from the corn because in my story the children arise from the corn stalks. Cornfield was photographed with my Fuji X-T1. Processing in Photoshop with Topaz Restyle, Topaz Impressions and Macphun Intensify filters.
Tags: birds, Buttonwood Farms, Children of the Corn, childrllen, clouds, Composite, cornfield, dark, Farm, fields, Fine art photograph, Fuji X-T1, Griswold, landscape, Montage, Mysterious, omnious, Scary, sky, spooky, Topaz Impressions, Topaz Restyle, Vintage image
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Very nice. I did one once that was MUCH less atmospheric: https://www.flickr.com/photos/mark_k_nj/6214782124/in/photolist-dnuuho-atbocW
I love it!