Timothy Morton, APSA  


the Pollinators by Timothy Morton, APSA

May 2021 - the Pollinators

About the Image(s)


Captured early on morning of the 19TH April 2021 and was the best in a series with my Nikon Coolpix S33 at 5 mm f 3.7 @ 1/30 of a second at ISO 800 with the editing of re-sized to met PSA requirements and saved with a new name in JPEG in Adobe Photoshop Elements.



The background I am walking close to my apartment at or around sunrise because of all the COVID-19 STUFF in my province of Ontario (Canada) and saw Pink Magnolia Tree as heading towards the SKY looked cute and such took many captures of it, and when home saw the assignment and thought how lucky I captured some in the downtown.


4 comments posted




Bev Caine   Bev Caine
(Groups 48 & 80)
I love the flower but am not thrilled with the background. I think you might do better if you tried using a texture to hide all the branches, extra flowers, etc. that, for me take away from the beauty of the flower.   Posted: 05/07/2021 20:20:57
Timothy Morton   Timothy Morton
Hi Bev:

Thank you may try it, but surf over to https://www.ephotozine.com/user/timothydmorton-59867/gallery/photo/another-take-of-a-pink-magnolia-tree-heading-towards-the-sky-62399709 you see the tree capture in more light.

Stay safe,

Tim   Posted: 05/08/2021 04:50:04
Bev Caine   Bev Caine
(Groups 48 & 80)
I did look and like yours better   Posted: 05/08/2021 05:31:04
Timothy Morton   Timothy Morton
Thank you, as I try keep as little edits as possible as one could really modify the old Kodachrome accept in the case of cropping tape on glass mounts etc.

Stay well and safe.   Posted: 05/08/2021 05:34:06



 

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