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Rose at twilight


biglouis

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I decided I would finally use my lux 35 for what it is intended to do - cope with low-light situations. As a subject I chose the roses in my front garden. This was taken last night at about 9:30PM (BST), which was approximately 15 minutes after sunset. The twilight bathed the front of the house in a very soft light. I am actually surprised that I was able to get anything in focus as in the growing darkness it was hard to see the rangefinder patch.

 

R-D1 lux 35 asph ISO 800 1/60 f/1.4

 

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Beautiful picture Louis. I'm envious of your roses - all mine have blackfly, greenfly, black spot, rust and every other ailment known to the family!!!

 

Try the spot healing brush :) Nah, only kidding, don't ask me why because these are some of the most neglected roses in the garden but they seem to thrive without any care or attention. Thanks for the positive comment.

 

LouisB

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