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Using monochrome (black and white) in camera, with one colour selection, the striking wave of this planting is very plain to see....
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Using monochrome (black and white) in camera, with one colour selection, the striking wave of this planting is very plain to see.
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2 Comments |
naturisk PRO+
 
naturisk September 05, 2020
Thank you for my awards.
ANGELA-BR
 
ANGELA-BR January 20, 2022
How did you do this photo? It is very beautiful and interesting.
naturisk PRO+
naturisk January 25, 2022
Hi Angela I used monochrome setting for my photo with one colour allowed. Thus us a digital setting on my Fuji as well as the mini Canon.
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Behind The Lens

Location

Every year, in Ottawa, Canada the Nations Parks gardeners create profoundly beautiful beds of tulips in a park near Dows' Lake. Huge beds of tulips are a tradition in Canada , because many bulbs have been gifted annually by Hollands' royalty. After WW2 ended, Queen Juliana of the Nederlands donated many of their tulips to thank Canada for its military assistance to Holland. If we can, we go for a stroll through the Tulip Festival to note how the horticulturists relate through plantings. The effect is breathtaking.

Time

We were probably there in early afternoon.

Lighting

Spring sunshine. It's gold.

Equipment

My camera is a Fuji Finepix digital with 16.5 mp resolution.

Inspiration

Who doesn't love flowers?

Editing

Most of the processing is an in camera effect amounting to black and white photography, which auto adjusts the rgb for just one colour to show against the greyscale. I adjusted my shot to include red , that's all.

In my camera bag

Rubber lens cleaner Tripod Batteries(ssssss) Battery plugin recharger for the car Bandanna I used to have extra memory cards but someone steals them.

Feedback

When you 'catch the wave' , whatever strikes you as moving , demonstrative, exciting... go for it- that is, think of how you can share your visual excitement. Leading the eye in an exaggerated manner can help to share the intellectual discovery within the scene.

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