Posts Tagged With: focus

Anti-Ansel Adams Series – Narcissus

I know.

I took my time.

And after all that effort I put into explaining my theory behind the Anti-Ansel Adams Series too! (If you missed it, you can find it here).

I expect, for the time being, I’ll stick with flowers. I took this picture while I was out in my back yard. The light was fading, and I could hardly see the image after I took it. But I clicked a button on Photoshop – I call it “season-all” –  you know that one … Image > Adjustments > Adjust All.

And Voila!

This was the result.

 

SONY DSC

© Alice through the Macro Lens [2014]

 

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Weekly photo challenge: Unfocused

Now that dewdrops have been conquered (hah!) I thought I’d mess around with other watery subjects.

Don’t ask why, but I thought it was a good idea to take various pictures of a spraying shower head that was laying face up in my bath tub (as you do).

Well, at least it washed a bit of the mud of the lens 🙂

Weekly Challenge

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