Jim at Sydney - City and Suburbs
Maria at Maria's Space
Laurie at Pride in Photos Photography
I love the deep, vibrant colors here. The texture and process give it a soft, vintage feel. Thank you for sharing Laurie!
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This weekend my mom, dog niece and I headed over the mountains in search of some Vitamin D. We found it and had a great time exploring! We also found some very blustery conditions that made for some difficult shooting moments. I was able to capture some shots I am proud of and I will be sharing those on Thursday. For today, I took a photo of this flower growing in my front yard when I got home. I have been meaning to shoot this tiny blossom for some time now, but have been putting it off. When I arrived home I noticed that the bottom part of the flower was starting to turn brown so I decided it was now or never. It was right before sunset and with the flower growing at the base of a tree it was very shaded. It posed an interesting and yet challenging lighting situation, but I like the detail and color I was able to capture. I would love to know what you think, CC is always welcome!
What about you, what have you been meaning to shoot lately? Have you done it or is still waiting on your "list"?
Settings: ISO 1250, 100mm, ss 1/160, f/3.2
"To create something exceptional, your mindset must be relentlessly focused on the smallest detail." - Giorgio Armani
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