Anatomy of a Hibiscus – Part 1
One of my pride and joy has been able to sustain an oriental hibiscus plant (indoors) through the vagaries of British weather, and in return I’m blessed with vibrant red hibiscus flowers 3-4 times in a month, sometimes more. Here is a study of a hibiscus flower in original (untouched or processed, exported from Lightroom), B&W rendition (processed in Silver Efex Pro), processed using Color Efex Pro filters to bring out detail.
I like the picture as it was from the camera (untouched). Why process a picture if it doesn’t really add anything more to the photograph?
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Nikon D7000 (Manual Mode), ISO200 SB600 Speedlight External Flash in Slave mode at right angles to lens Sigma 105mm/f2.8 macro lens 1/100 sec, F32 to ensure picture sharpness and black background Post-Processed (where done) using NIK Software LightRoom plugins.