lesson 5

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    Charles Netzler

    Wanted to use a mix of primary (red) and secondary (green) that was from a natural environment. This is a close up of the hibiscus flower.

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    Duncan Rawlinson

    Wow this assignment sure fell of the bottom of my inbox! I’m terribly sorry for that. Some of my images recently went viral and my email inbox went kind of crazy. So I’m trying to play cathup now unfortunately


    Here is the EXIF data for this image

    Date Time Original: 2014:04:15 18:59:27
    Exposure Time: 1/200
    F Number: f / 4.50
    Exposure Program: Normal program
    ISO Speed Ratings: 100
    Metering Mode: Partial
    Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode
    Focal Length: 100mm
    White Balance: Manual white balance
    Make: Canon
    Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark III
    LensInfo: 100/1 100/1 0/0 0/0
    LensModel: EF100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM
    LensSerialNumber: 000005f983
    Lens: EF100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM
    Exif Version:
    Date Time Digitized: 2014:04:15 18:59:27
    Subsec Time Original: 00
    Subsec Time Digitized: 00
    Shutter Speed Value: 7.64
    Aperture Value: 4.34
    Max Aperture Value: 3
    Focal Plane X Resolution: 160
    Focal Plane Y Resolution: 160
    Focal Plane Resolution Unit: 4
    Custom Rendered: Normal process
    Scene Capture Type: Standard
    ExifIFDPointer: 216
    X Resolution: 300
    Y Resolution: 300
    Resolution Unit: 2
    Date Time: 2014:04:16 15:50:20
    Software: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4.3 (Macintosh)
    DateCreated: 2014-04-15T18:59:27.00

    You have most certainly shown that you can simplify a photograph using color as your primary element!

    This is outstanding and the colors really work well here.

    My only note on this assignment would be to ensure that when you use shallow depth of field you want the area of interest to genereally be in focus. In this case the dof is so shallow that not all of the most interesting bits of the middle of the flower are in focus. That’s fine and it’s entirely subjective but I generally recommend having the most interesting part in focus. It’s a simple idea but not that easy and takes practice.

    Nice job here.

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