AntonioBernardino
AntonioBernardino

Early Morning Light



The idea was this picture Recreate the light of Dawn through the hum Small fungus , giving special attention At tiny droplets of water What are seen...
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The idea was this picture Recreate the light of Dawn through the hum Small fungus , giving special attention At tiny droplets of water What are seen
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4 Comments | Report
Mirza_Cengic
 
Mirza_Cengic January 02, 2016
Great shot! Beautiful photo collection with mushrooms.
AntonioBernardino
AntonioBernardino August 17, 2016
Thank you very much, i like shoot mushroom and fungis.
eelcovanroden PRO+
 
eelcovanroden February 03, 2016
Fantastic captured light!
AntonioBernardino
AntonioBernardino August 17, 2016
Thank you very much.
jasontomlinson
 
jasontomlinson August 17, 2016
Congratulations on winning my photo challenge 'What Lies Beneath', beautiful photo and well executed. Desreves recognition. Thanks for entering
AntonioBernardino
AntonioBernardino August 23, 2016
Thank you Jason.
eelcovanroden PRO+
 
eelcovanroden August 17, 2016
Congratulations on your wonderful Challenge Win!
AntonioBernardino
AntonioBernardino August 23, 2016
Thank you very much.

Behind The Lens

Location
I taked this image near my house, in the forest on a morning during a walking.
Time
As a named " Earling morning light´s", the part of the day was during the morning, on the first rays of light. I usally walk by the morning and take the camera with me.
Lighting
I try allways to take photos using natural light´s. This was with natural light and i used also a reflector to enhance the transparency of the fungus.
Equipment
The lens was a prime, Nikkor AF 50 1.8 D with my NIKON D7100 camera. Since I do not have a macro lens, I used my lens "prime" of 50mm with a magnifying lens, 2x, in front of the main lens. In this way allows you to keep an opening to allow enough light to enter to create a bokeh effect in the back plane of the principal elements to focus on.
Inspiration
I love photos about fungi and muchrooms, they are beautifull with lot of colors and forms. They are also very importante. Fungi are eukaryotic organisms heterotrophic, acting as saprophytes, parasites or symbionts, using a considerable variety of organic sources of nutrition. Due to this feature, they are largely responsible for the decomposition of dead matter - along with some bacteria - recycling chemicals that will be useful in maintaining the life of other organisms. Fungi of the genus Penicillium were responsible for the accidental discovery of penicillin, in the 20s, by Alexander Fleming. Considered one of the most important classes of antibiotics since their discovery; thanks to her, many bacterial diseases, before inevitably fatal, could be treated. Other antibiotics such as erythromycin, also has as active ingredient substances produced by fungi.
Editing
Sometimes small things can bring big and outstanding works. Use your imagination.
In my camera bag
Nikon D7100, Nikkor AF 50 1.8D lens, Nikkor 18-105 AF lens, industar 2 f3.5, Helios 44m-2, coloured filter and a ND filter. I also use sometimes old médium format film cameras, like TLR or old Zeiss Ikon Nettar camera.
Feedback
Sometimes small things can bring big and outstanding works. Use your imagination.

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