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Sunday, April 8, 2012

Tulip Perspective

The perspective the photographer takes often determines the impact of the shot. The easiest perspective is to comfortably shoot down on the flower while standing. I was looking for something different so I laid down on the ground and shot up at the tulip. Also I used Super Macro mode on the Fuji X10 at a 2.8 aperture with the program called Pro-Focus. Fuji created this program for portraiture to allow the background to go soft, mimicking a 105mm portrait lens. I tried it on this Macro shot and am happy with the results. The stem- flower junction is sharp and everything else goes soft. Note the high key light effect on the petal tips. Enjoy, Jeff

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