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5/20/2010

Found Still Life

Another shot grabbed in passing during the rush of the World Series of Birding. Grabbed is, of course, an misnomer. There is a state you get too in your photography where a lot can happen in the second it takes to frame and shoot. A whole set of complex decisions are compressed so tightly that it feels like instinct or reflex. See photo, shoot photo. Move on. It can happen in a second, and in the middle of doing something else altogether…like documenting the World Series of Birding. 🙂

I liked the big leaves. I liked the yellow flowers. Then I saw them against the fallen log with the vines. I saw what the light was doing. I stepped off the side of the camp road, zoomed in a bit for framing, and shot.

Canon SX20IS at 112mm equivalent. F4.5 @ 1/13th @ ISO 200. Landscape program.

In Lighroom, a touch of Fill Light and Blackpoint just right. Added Clarity and a very small amount of Vibrance. Sharpen landscape preset.

From World Series of Birding 2010.

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1 Response to “5/20/2010”


  1. 1 Wendy Hollands
    05/20/2010 at 6:29 am

    what a beautiful shot!!!


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