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Flowers my daughter got from her play this past weekend.

Motorola X Pure/Processed in Snapseed

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Bravo

My daughter received these flowers for her middle school Band Festival performance, where they earned the highest score possible from the judges. She was so happy and excited about that!

daisies 01

daisies 02

daisies 03

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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