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Iris



For my wife,Iris

For my wife,Iris
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Eramanst PRO+
 
Eramanst July 27, 2017
Iris looks very good

Behind The Lens

Location
I shot this Photo in my front yard
Time
I was heading out the door on my way to work, so it was about 0700. saw the flower, (Wife's name is Iris) grabbed my camera and thought" carrying this bag every where just payed off. Again.
Lighting
Early morning sunshine. I love the the way the side light makes thing glow.
Equipment
I shot this with A Nikon 3200 and I think the 55-200 Nikor. Hand held as I rarely carry a tripod.
Inspiration
As I said, my wifes name is Iris an I wanted a good shot to frame and hang in house.
Editing
Probably upped the contrast a little bit.
In my camera bag
I normally carry My two cameras, A Nikon 3100 and a 3200. One has a 18-55 lens and the other has a 55-200 lens.
Feedback
Watch your lighting. there are a lot of rules on that but be prepared to break them once in a while. Get to know your camera /lens. practice and always have your camera with you.I've had many a great shot ruined because i left the big heavy bag at home.

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