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Cactus in Tungsten

By pptbudi
almost similar color on all subject, blue plastic roof on the green house, tungsten white balance, and wooow, I really love the outcome

Tags: Plant Flower Cactus Flowers and plants

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dudler Plus
16 895 1504 England
4 Jun 2017 6:06PM
Interesting and worthwhile experiment in colour: beyond that, there's not a lot to say, though I'm surprised at the aperture, as the depth of field seems greater than the couple of millimetres that I'd expect at f/1.2..

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dark_lord Plus
15 2.3k 582 England
4 Jun 2017 10:05PM
I too would have expected a smaller zone of sharpness at full aperture.

It appears that you really like the cold blue look in which case there seems little point in other suggestions from us.

I quite like the two items here despite an even number usually working best.
Having said that. it would have been worth looking around for alternative compositions. Either a single item or three, or two in a diagonal composition which would look less static than in line as you have here.

pptbudi 3 6 Indonesia
27 Jul 2017 9:14AM

Quote:Interesting and worthwhile experiment in colour: beyond that, there's not a lot to say, though I'm surprised at the aperture, as the depth of field seems greater than the couple of millimetres that I'd expect at f/1.2..
Ah quite right, I'm using 2x tele conventer, you're so good my friend
pptbudi 3 6 Indonesia
27 Jul 2017 9:16AM

Quote:I too would have expected a smaller zone of sharpness at full aperture.

It appears that you really like the cold blue look in which case there seems little point in other suggestions from us.

I quite like the two items here despite an even number usually working best.
Having said that. it would have been worth looking around for alternative compositions. Either a single item or three, or two in a diagonal composition which would look less static than in line as you have here.


Ok, thank you very much for input, I will tried the suggestion, thank you very much my friend Smile

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