I can’t deny the beauty of flowers and even a black-topped bike path looks delightful in the setting sun.

These are for Cee’s (former) Which Way Challenge (I just went over there and found out she is taking a break from this challenge.)  However, she is still doing her Flower of the Day!  🙂

Riverside Park 05

Riverside Park 06

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Here are some more unprocessed photos of daisies – straight from the camera shots, no editing. What do you think?

Linking with Cee’s Flower of the Day.

As I stated yesterday, the photos in these posts are special because they are straight from the camera with no post-processing edits. They are the results of my deliberate manipulation of shutter speeds and positioning of the flowers near a brightly lit window. It was fun experimenting with exposures in this way.

All photos:
f/2.8
Exposure times vary between 1/8s to 1/100s
ISO-100

Linking with Cee’s Flower of the Day.

These and the rest of my daisy posts this week are straight from the camera – no post processing edits aside from some minor cropping on a couple. I had fun playing around with shutter speeds to over- or under-expose the photos, using the natural bright light coming in from a large window to assist me in creating various effects with my camera that I would normally achieve with photo editing software.

I slowed down the shutter speed on the shots below which over-exposed the them, and since I was holding the camera and not using a tripod there was some camera shake which cause the blurring. I think it gives the photos an impressionistic, oil-painted look. What do you think?

All photos:
f/2.8
Exposure time 1/4-1/5s
ISO-100

Linking with Cee’s Flower of the Day.

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