Golden Autumn Flower

Golden Autumn Flower

f/8, 1/400, ISO-200, 55mm

Another shot inspired by the marvelous work by Tuxedo Sophisticated Cat over at Through My Lens. I’m not up to her skill or talent yet, but she gives me something to reach for daily. This shot really needed an aperture of about f/16 for depth of field. Predicting DOF is still one of the things I struggle with most, but in general I find this shot interesting and attractive. It’s shots like this that remind me it’s always worth it to watch the sun rise on a new day.

The day justifies its own existence, and all we need to do is appreciate its beauty.

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One Comment

  1. Bella Remy Photography October 2, 2012 at 6:49 pm #

    I think your DOF choice is spot on. The one flower is the one you want us to look at. Not the dark background, so I think you did really well ! You would have loved the workshop I just did with Allen Rokach from the NY Botanical Gardens. He’s a fantastic photographer and teacher.

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