Take two on today's Early Morning Light Series # 9

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Whoso loveth instruction loveth knowledge...Proverbs 12: 1

I decided I liked the deeper skin tone on this portrait over the previous self portrait. I stopped down more on this shot and I can see the difference..Even the Angel's trumpets flowers are sharper. This is more the color of my hair also. I hope I have not bored you with my early morning light series...If I have, forgive me:) But we learn by doing and by comparing the differences.. I deleted the previous experiment for # 9. Thank you for your response on it but I have to go by what I think is best for the series.

Focal length 70mm
F-Number F/ 10
Exposure time 1/200 sec.
ISO Speed 200
Exposure program Manual
Flash on camera
Tripod ..10 sec. self-timer
Overcast lighting
Date September, 16, 2011

In the Early Morning Light Series photo essay.

9 responses

  • Richard Knight

    Richard Knight gave props (17 Sep 2011):

    The series has definitely reached "full flower"! Oustanding work, Andrea.

  • Ann Reece

    Ann Reece   gave props (17 Sep 2011):

    I like the deeper skin tones and how the Angel's trumpets are sharper. We do learn by experimenting and I have not been bored at all by your series, in fact, I look forward to what you will do next : )

  • eithne mythen

    eithne mythen gave props (17 Sep 2011):

    This is beautiful, I love how you are always experimenting, you put so much into every shot and your photography has improved so much since I have known you. I love your dedication, i have not got the patience i am still just pointing, clicking and hoping for the best :)

  • Susan Littlefield

    Susan Littlefield gave props (17 Sep 2011):

    I have loved the series! You've done some amazing work with the light, and it's been a joy to see all of your beautiful flowers!!

  • Donald Garrett

    Donald Garrett gave props (17 Sep 2011):

    Almost missed this one, due to being gone. I really like the subtlety of this one.

  • Heather Mellon

    Heather Mellon gave props (18 Sep 2011):

    The deeper tone sets off the detail so beautifully, and the foliage in behind, also. The blossoms are lovely!

  • Deborah Downes

    Deborah Downes gave props (22 Sep 2011):

    I agree with your take on this. Not the least bit bored by this series. In fact love it.

  • Joerg Schlagheck

    Joerg Schlagheck gave props (24 Sep 2011):

    This is my favorite of the series!

  • Regenia Brabham

    Regenia Brabham gave props (25 Sep 2011):

    There has been nothing boring about this wonderful series. I have truly enjoyed it.

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