Well composed very pleasing to the eyes. Good day Nonoy Manga
I love these…especially the spiral plant with the spider! And…you’re pretty!
Thank you! I did enjoy this walk 😉
This is my favorite kind of walk. The photos are just lovely too! I like the spiral plant as well. Very cool. 🙂
These are breathtaking. Excellent work.
Thank you so much! I am so happy you enjoyed it! 😉
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Something beautiful to share. Stunning nature photography by poojycat. Pass it on.
Thanks a lot! I feel special now! 😉
Nicely composed. Question, is the light creating the colors or is saturating edits responisble? It is just amazing what natural light can do apart from software such as PE, iphoto, Light Room and the likes. Thanks for sharing.
hey, thanks for such a nice comment. well, the colours had to be a little saturated etc unfortunately, as the weather during our walk was cloudy and rainy kind of 😉
Thanks for that information. Always is good to know how others are resolving the challenges:)
you are very welcome! How about you? Do you enlighten your photos a little bit or just live them as they are?
Each photo is treated differently based on how accurate my exposures are or if I had to sacrifice highlight for shadows or vice versa. the main edits I play with to small degrees are exposure, contrast, and saturation. As you can see two of the photos were had saturation reduced along with exposure to to create a white antique look with light spilling around the edges of the subjects. It really is a neat effect on flowers. I
I try not to add saturation too much to where the photo no longer appears naturally believable. Saturation works in conjunction with contrast and exposure i.e. if exposure needs a boost, saturation may also in order to hold natural colors so they don’t bleach in the highlights.
Since i went MAC pro, I lost my use of PE and Light Room. I so want those back as iPhoto is very limited to how I can perfect ot retouch a photo. The benefit of using such a limited software is, I am learning how to shoot with settings set more accurately, thus avoiding serious edits after raw uploads.
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