Goldilocks

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Goldilocks

The weeds grow outside the cemetary. But they aren’t less beautiful despite the fact that they are regarded as a nuisance. Maybe just like Golidlocsk who lived alone in the forest with her parents. It must be a reason for them living there?

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Marcie 17. august 2009 - 14:29

Extraordinary color!!! Love the detail and light…and your title is simply perfect!!!
.-= Marcie´s last blog ..Holmes and Watson =-.

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Simen S. 17. august 2009 - 21:08

Merkelig bilde; først virket det veldig mørkt og Flatt, men desto mer jeg så på det jo mer detaljer kom frem! Tøft! Har du brukt filter i PS eller er bildet tatt ved høy iso jf. kornene i bakgrunnen?
.-= Simen S.´s last blog ..Utdrag fra lyngvandring =-.

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The White Zulu 17. august 2009 - 21:18

Thanks, Marcie. I found the title appropriate myself;-).
Simen: Merkelig er det rette ordet. Her er det verken snakk om filter i CS eller høy ISO. Bildet er tatt på 1/800 sekund ved ISO100. Når du så får vite at det er i solnedgangen, skjønner du sikkert at dette først og fremst handler om et undereksponert bilde som har fått en etterbehandling med eksponering og fargemetning, i tillegg til justering av både skygger og høylys.
To both of you: I’m glad you liked the details. This was a shot that was a little amiss at the outset, but a bit of postprocessing gave me this somewhat better image.
.-= The White Zulu´s last blog ..Goldilocks =-.

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Framed and Shot 21. august 2009 - 15:11

All the details, the light and color is wonderful!
We would have cropped it a bit on the top, reduced the «sun» about 50%, to make a better focus on the flower as we find the right upper corner to be a «eye catcher».

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The White Zulu 21. august 2009 - 21:47

I’ve just read through the «Digital SLR Photo» magazine, and see that when commenting on submitted images, they often comment on burnt out lights, and see it as a distraction. I thought that there was a point in showing the source of the light on the plant, but maybe you’re right. I’ll try a cropped version and post it here.

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