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Dreaming at Golden Sunset

By pptbudi
Thank you to Tanya for the suggestion and link to a person who use white balance as different look in photography, needed more shot but it really worth every result ... 1.2 aperture, shade white balance, a perfect mood capture, really represent what I feel ... https://youtu.be/V7da48kn4sE

Tags: Sunset Flowers and plants Flowers and plants

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dudler Plus
16 896 1505 England
4 Jun 2017 6:15PM
Beautiful colours and exposure, delicate like the flowers.

I'm less sure about hte shallow depth of field... For me, it would have been better if the camera was angled to allow part of the flowers on the right to be sharp as well as the ones below. They're part of the composition, and I think they will work better if there are two (or maybe three) sharp areas in dominant positions in the frame.

It's great that you're exploring colour so carefully and thoroughly.

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banehawi Plus
15 2.1k 4021 Canada
4 Jun 2017 9:01PM
A subject you may want to try for soft, out of focus images is streets at night; specu;ar high;ight fr4om the streetlights or cars can be impreccive.


This needs something sharp as mentioned to anchor the eye; almost in focus is wont work as well as either completely out of focus, or sharp,


Ive tried a mod that may work.

Good to experiment, better to learn from experimentation. The WB in this is set to daylight, or fine weather, not shade. Not a load of difference, though shade will be warmer.



Regards




Willie
pptbudi 3 6 Indonesia
27 Jul 2017 9:19AM

Quote:Beautiful colours and exposure, delicate like the flowers.

I'm less sure about hte shallow depth of field... For me, it would have been better if the camera was angled to allow part of the flowers on the right to be sharp as well as the ones below. They're part of the composition, and I think they will work better if there are two (or maybe three) sharp areas in dominant positions in the frame.

It's great that you're exploring colour so carefully and thoroughly.

same 2x tele conventer used, I agree, with 2 x tele conventer at little bit distance making it more hard to adjust the focus, I have tried that too, I'm avoiding direct sun entering my camera, thank you very much as always Smile
pptbudi 3 6 Indonesia
27 Jul 2017 9:23AM

Quote:A subject you may want to try for soft, out of focus images is streets at night; specu;ar high;ight fr4om the streetlights or cars can be impreccive.


This needs something sharp as mentioned to anchor the eye; almost in focus is wont work as well as either completely out of focus, or sharp,


Ive tried a mod that may work.

Good to experiment, better to learn from experimentation. The WB in this is set to daylight, or fine weather, not shade. Not a load of difference, though shade will be warmer.



Regards




Willie

Thank you very much my friend, yes the night photography really fun and you're very right about the street, it's nice specially so many light behind the subject, it's creating very dramatic result which I love that, I'll keep trying to use more and more white balance, it's also make picture had more mood and atmospheric on it, thank you very much Smile

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