Find Out Why We Chose This Week's Featured Image

Here's why this week's Pentax featured image stood out from the bunch.

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Orange roses

This week, the image 'Orange roses' by pentaxpatty has been chosen as the Pentax featured image.

The image was taken with a Pentax K-5 using the Pentax-D FA 100mm f/2.8 lens, and here's why it stood out to us: 

This image uses creative depth of field really well to emphasise the subtle textures of the rose. It's a beautiful rich orange colour that really grabs the eye. 

The crop used gives the rose plenty of breathing space and it's laid on a surface that isn't too distracting. All in all, this a great still life image that's a little different to the usual 'flower in a vase' scene. 

 

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Comments


26 Mar 2016 1:33PM
I am so delighted that my orange roses has been chosen has featured photograph.
It was good to read the comment that described why it was chosen. Thank you so much
Patty

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