Monday, 9 September 2013

Returned to blooms!

After being away for over a month it's lovely to return home and find some flowers in bloom.
My first Iris for the season, and the last of the daffodils which I put in a vase on the dinning room table.

I have been fiddling with my camera adding Saturation and Sharpening within the camera. I still haven't made up my mind what I exactly prefer as there isn't a great deal of difference on certain subjects, yet on others with different light there is a lot of difference, more so with the Saturation.
Some of the settings that are based in the camera I don't care at all, but I still use to get different effects.  Oh well, I will eventually make up my mind!
PS. These 3 photos have +1 Saturation, Sharpness 6 on the A setting.



The Magnolia.


The Iris in bloom today!


One of the Daffodils.

6 comments:

  1. The processes for changing photos is a difficult one. Sometimes I use them, and then look at the original and decide that it was better in the beginning before changing it.

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    1. You are not wrong it what you say Rosemary...sometimes it's rather a hard decision.

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  2. You are lucky, it is going to start the good weather. Today we received our first taste of fall. Heave rain and strong winds. I had to fly and I asure you it was bumpy ride.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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    1. Looking forward to more of spring and of course summer.
      Oh dear! That doesn't sound too good with a bumpy ride, rain and strong winds, it's a reminder of what is to come in your season.

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