- This topic has 8 replies, 6 voices, and was last updated 9 years, 3 months ago by .
- You must be logged in to reply to this topic.
Morning dew on peach tree blossoms
Peach tree covered in blossoms in netted orchard, blossoms on the ground after yesterdays 10mm shower
Anna apple blossoms
Anna Apple flower buds
Morning dew on apricot blossoms
Spiders web amongst the apricot buds
Morning dew on the Dorset Apple flowers
Morning dew on the Dorset Apple flower buds
Glistening dew droplet on olive leaf
Gorgeous photos – you must have a really good camera.
Hey what a clever clogs you are trandto. :clap: :clap: Beautiful pics, thanks for sharing them with us. :clap:
Bobbs :hug: :hug: :hug:
wow just beautiful 🙂
Love the spiderweb
gorgeous pictures.. I sooo needed something cheerful to look at, thanks for showing us your beautiful trees. :tup:
marz post=319651 wrote: Gorgeous photos – you must have a really good camera.
Are you intimating the camera makes up for my shitty photographic skills 🙂
Never! I just can’t get such detailed photos with my el-cheapo digital that’s all :envy:
marz post=319735 wrote: Never!
‘Tis okay, I was joking 🙂 I have just enough skill to realise I am not a decent photographer.
marz post=319735 wrote: I just can’t get such detailed photos with my el-cheapo digital that’s all :envy:
You do need a decent lens and these can be expensive for a good one. If you have patience (and a limited budget) and you know what to look for you can scour ebay etc for a decent 2nd hand lens and then buy a cheaper camera to fit.
All I did in the above pics was cheat 🙂 I set the aperture settings in the lens to a stop above the lowest on the lens and then plonked the camera on a tripod. In post processing, I imported the raw data into a program called Lightroom to clean them up a little eg crop and insert a artificial vignette on a few, compensate for lens distortion etc. None of the latter is really necessary though, you will be surprised how much “sharper” you can get your pics if you just use a tripod. The bokeh (out of focus background) on the other hand, is tricky with out control over the aperture