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Re: Here comes the Sun .... Flower

Postby davechinn » Tue Aug 22, 2017 12:07 am

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davechinn wrote:I'm not one to photograph flowers much anymore, but I could not resist the opportunity to pass this field of sunflowers. It was rather difficult to capture an overall view without people, because it was a popular place. I did manage to get some without people and also got the opportunity to capture a Great Dane and the owner.

There something about the third I love the best. It's such an unexpected, but familiar composition that it just works!

Is something off with the color temperature though? It's late/early, and I'm sure my eyes are tired, but it all seems blue. S-



Thanks Steve !!! I'm torn between the 2nd and 3rd myself. Yes the white balance is off on the one with the Dane and owner, as I commented to Minnie, its just me experimenting again. I probably will never stop experimenting. Always looking for new ways and ideas. So, your eyes are probably just fine. LOL !!!
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Re: Here comes the Sun .... Flower

Postby St3v3M » Mon Sep 04, 2017 2:30 am

davechinn wrote:Thanks Steve !!! I'm torn between the 2nd and 3rd myself. Yes the white balance is off on the one with the Dane and owner, as I commented to Minnie, its just me experimenting again. I probably will never stop experimenting. Always looking for new ways and ideas. So, your eyes are probably just fine. LOL !!!
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Re: Here comes the Sun .... Flower

Postby davechinn » Tue Sep 05, 2017 9:10 am

Thanks Steve !!! Experimenting is trial and error. I'd like to also think its a self tutorial thing.
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