In Morning Light

© Patricia A. Cale

In Morning Light

Uploaded: June 18, 2005

Description

f/22 @ 1/80; ISO 200; Canon 75-300mm IS lens @ 110mm; extension tube; tripod. Taken at Morton Arboretum in Lisle, IL, in early morning sunlight.

Comments

Stanley J. Contrades June 19, 2005

Extraordinary lighting capture of this spectacular blossom, Pat!! Excellent DOF and gorgeous colors as well! Beautifully done!!
Much Aloha,
Stan #265510

Patricia A. Cale June 19, 2005

Thank you so much for your generous comments, Stan. I value your opinion considering that you are one of the best flower photographers I know!!! I tried to use the light the best way I could, and I was happy with the way it turned out. I took this for a class I was taking, and all of my classmates were across the road shooting these flowers with front lighting. #1488389

Mary N C. Taitt July 01, 2005

The lighting on here is very sensitive--perfect! Congratulations on being "chose" for discussion. Mary #1544723

Patricia A. Cale July 01, 2005

Thank you for taking time to comment, Mary. I appreciate it very much! #1545071

Laura Clay-Ballard July 02, 2005

beautiful image. I, too, like sneaking up behind flowers and trees! Congrats on being featured in photoflash. #1547448

Patricia A. Cale July 02, 2005

Thanks, Laura. Backlighting certainly is an interesting way to shoot. Like you, I love it!! #1547614

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