On 10/10/2021 3:02 PM, Mike Gordon via olympus wrote:
Carved out some time for my usually early fall quest for the iconic Bronze
Copper shot on our native asters. I did mange to find a couple BC's but none
sadly chose an aster upon which to nectar. Bronze C's are not that easy to
find in these parts and Appleton Farm is the best bet with the wet meadows.
They were very very wet and I wore my muck boots.
Might have a couple more shots worth processing but here is the only BC shot I
have this year. Marnie thought I should crop it more.
Having been at Appleton Farm with you, looking for these elusive creatures, I'm less un-impressed than you are with this
Close but no cigar, Mike
Oh, I dunno. Have you given up tooeasily?
Gotta be cropped; the black parts of the leaves below catch my eye. With a little local work on brightness/contrast and
differential sharpening, it seems to me to hold up quite well to the greater crop.
Lovely, really. Restart from Raw and . . .
The question left in my mind is why 100 mm? 😉
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