This entry was posted on 22 July , 2012 by Peter K. It was filed under Uncategorized and was tagged with D3000, flowers, monochrome, Nikon, poppies, poppy, tone-mapping.
An excellent composition, Peter. Excellent b & w processing. I’m quite into monochrome images of flowers currently, and this is inspirational.
22 July , 2012 at 22:02
Thanks Graham. I’ve had this on my hard drive since last year – thought I’d already uploaded it, but hadn’t!
22 July , 2012 at 22:37
Oh I like that – an excellent image! Adrian
30 July , 2012 at 20:07
Thanks for the comments people! I processed this one in “Photivo” a Linux prog – although I think it may be available for Windows as well. As with all Linux stuff, it’s free.
I don’t like HDR/tone-mapping much on colour pics; it always seems to be overdone. There’s that “Gosh! Wow! Isn’t it amaaaaaaazing!” thing going on. In black and white the effects are a lot subtler I feel.
20 August , 2012 at 10:38
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