- Aperture: f/5
- Focal Length: 10mm
- ISO: 100
- Shutter: 1/2000 sec
- Camera: NIKON D200
No processing! This is straight out of the camera, all the colour processing happening with a combination of ‘wrong’ white balance and the flash I used to light the foreground. Actually I wrote a post on my news blog about this set of photos a couple of weeks ago – actually I’ve just realised while getting the link for it that it was almost a month ago. Oops.
Basically I was playing with my Lumiquest Softbox III and different white balances to get different colours and looks. The softbox is just above and to the left, I think, and I’m about an inch away from the foreground daisy using the 10-20mm. Sadly that lens isn’t really going to play nice with the new D700 as it’s designed for a digital-sized sensor, so I’ll have to think about selling it too.
Anyway, check out the linked post if you want to know a lot more in excruciating detail about how I took this shot. Thanks for coming.