Michigan landscapes right now are bursting with color, begging to be photographed with wide angle lenses or painted on giant canvases. My mission this afternoon was different. Instead of looking for stunning vistas from the highway, I went on foot around the edge of the woods and aimed in close, focused on sunlit leaves. Many of these shots were done in HDR mode, with three successive exposures stacked together, and the wind often kept those stacked images from lining up exactly, which is okay with me. At least one image was a ordinary single exposure. Nothing more seemed to be required. See if you can spot the one I mean -- and tell me which image is your favorite, because I'm having a hard time choosing myself.
Don't make me choose! Each has its own beauty and interest.ReplyDelete
Hmmm...should look at these on a bigger screen...but maybe #6 is the single image? My favorite is either #1 or #5. I think.ReplyDelete
All are lovely, Pamela! If I had to guess which was the single exposure, I say the fifth from the bottom.ReplyDelete
What is going on here? I am signed into my own blog and now am supposed to sign in to comment? Insane! Anyway, the one-exposure image is the next to last one, the little yellow popple leaves.ReplyDelete