Freedom-of-thought flower :-) ...

... just lovely

... just lovely
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ellenellen November 23, 2019
Beautiful colors!

Behind The Lens

The photo was taken in the "Ega park" (Erfurt, Germany)
The photo was taken in the afternoon around two o'clock. It was a windy and cloudy day. Because I was with a group, I didn't have much time to take this photo ... actually I took this photo too hastily but the Nikon did a great job :-)
As mentioned above, a windy and cloudy day, but I didn't hesitate to photograph this beautiful flower!
Nikon D5600 - Aperture 200/10 - ISO 2800 - Shutter 10/600 - Focal lenght 400/10
The combination of the striking color(s). I thought it was amazing. The leaves almost black, splendid! The contrast is really beautiful, I think.
Maybe I gave it a little more contrast. When saving the file, I did not check certain settings (Size, JPG quality), this resulted in a 3410 Kb file :-( I learned my lesson: check, double check, recheck and save in RAW if possible!
In my camera bag
My Nikon D5600, AF-P Nikkor 70-300mm, AF-S Micro Nikkor 40mm,AF-S Nikkor 18-140mm, Af-P Nikkor 10-20mm, tripod.
Check your settings if you have time, check ISO, do you want to shoot in RaW or JPEG or both? Take several photos and be critical of yourself :-)

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