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mild temperatures brought forward all blosoms and all greenery forward and everything is 4 weeks earl this year. So to explore the countryside and forests is pleasant. Difficult light for exposures is most tricky because of the bright sky and much stray light.

 

Therefore I used a combination of filters. In this case graded ND filter + polarisation filter on

 

Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit R 28 mm

 

 

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Iduna,

 

A lovely shot with the beautiful colors, great exposure, crisp sharpness and fine composition.

 

Paul

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mild temperatures brought forward all blosoms and all greenery forward and everything is 4 weeks earl this year. So to explore the countryside and forests is pleasant. Difficult light for exposures is most tricky because of the bright sky and much stray light.

 

Therefore I used a combination of filters. In this case graded ND filter + polarisation filter on

 

Canon 5D MKII with Elmarit R 28 mm

 

 

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I like it, but I don't can believe that it is an apple tree (cherry?)

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A lovely shot. The flowering trees are late here this year due to the intense cold in the last few months.

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Iduna, this is absolutely gorgeous. I like the fact that the tree is almost alone with the blue sky in the background! Great colors!

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Love Apples and this is the apple of my eye. You did a fabulous job in controlling your lighting.

Well done

Hank

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Your use of the filters turned this scene into a magnificent image. The darkened sky sets off the white blossoms perfectly. With a brighter sky the image wouldn't have had nearly the impact it now does.

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Paul,

I am glad you like it. Thanks a lot.

 

Guenther,

you are probably right. It was an old meadow with many old trees like apple,pear, and cherry. Thanks for the hint.

 

Stuart,

I know that at NYC everything is sloe this year. But the pleasant season is certainly to come.

 

Louis,

thanks for your comment. The blue was in fact what I aimed at. I am happy you like it.

 

Bill,

thanks for mentioning the filter work. It need practic and experience . I bought several filters and these are my first serious results. It takes time and controlling the effect. These are slow shots.

 

Dee, Hank,

it is nice to have your positive response. It is much appreciated, thanks.

 

Brent,

thank you so much for your nice feedback. I just started with this combination and find it very effective. In pp it is giving you every freedom of adjusting contrasts. It is amazing how much the sensor then can take. In any case much more as if you have to grapple with a strong harsh light.

 

Hello, everybody clicking the radio button. Thanks, it's appreciated.

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Iduna,

 

PRINT this and hang it up on your wall, poster size! I am delighted to see this. Don't know what else to say...

 

Ece

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Ece,

 

Thank you so much, I am delighted that you like. I've printed it in normal size but I'll think about your suggestion.

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