Mustard Blues

By: danitacahill

Apr 23 2012

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Category: bokeh, Color, Depth of Field, Floral, Nature Photography, Rural Photography, Spring, Wildlife

5 Comments

Aperture:f/9
Focal Length:300mm
ISO:200
Shutter:1/100 sec
Camera:Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi

This morning I posted a photo of a mustard plant still in bud. Here’s the whole enchilada – wild mustard in bloom.

Both shots were taken on the banks of Cheadle Lake in Lebanon, Oregon.

This photo I ran through an auto adjust filter with the program Photo Explosion.

I don’t often use the auto adjust, but I’m glad I tried it with this photo. I was pleasantly surprised at the addition of all the blues, where before there was only yellow bokeh and a hint of purplish-brown.

The photo then needed a little brightening, which I did with a lightening filter.

Copyright Danita Cahill. All rights reserved.

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5 comments on “Mustard Blues”

  1. Danita, I think our paths are swinging together again- you will see what I mean with tomorrow’s post. Funny how we overlap.

  2. It is funny, Ephem. We do have a very similar photographic eye. I’ve noticed it many times.

  3. Glenda wrote on my Facebook link: “This would look fantastic as a large picture in a blue and yellow room!”

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