Betty Drinkut  

My Hollyhock by Betty Drinkut

May 2023 - My Hollyhock

May 2023 - Betty Drinkut


About the Image(s)

Where we live my grandmother used to have hollyhocks and I have finally been able to get them to survive! View taken with my iPhone as a cha-cha and processed with SPM and IrfranView.

6 comments posted

Dr V G Mohanan Nair   Dr V G Mohanan Nair
Beautiful image of Hollyhocks. Most of the flowers of Malvaceae family are good for close-up photographs. The image is sharp and has nice lighting. I am having some uncomfortable view on sides. Is it due alignment of the cha-cha images? There are window violations too. I did autoalign of the image and some easy adjustments in SPM. The resulting image is given below.   Posted: 05/11/2023 11:11:51
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David Allen   David Allen
Yes the flower was 8" in front of my screen and the left side did brake the window. Mohanan's fix put it back into the window, but the main flower can come a bit out of the screen with no window problem. Flowers alwayse make good macro shots.   Posted: 05/11/2023 22:12:44

Barry Rothstein   Barry Rothstein
Nice interesting image, but some difficulties viewing it. I think I'd run it through an auto-adjust in StereoPhoto Maker.   Posted: 05/14/2023 16:00:43

Brian Davis   Brian Davis
A good stereo image but one that is very busy and that does reduce the impact when viewing.   Posted: 05/21/2023 16:53:28

Steve Wessing   Steve Wessing
There is in fact a window violation. But the main issues are vertical and horizontal disparities, combined with differences in the sensor plane. It's the trifecta of mismatched z,y, and z axes.   Posted: 05/24/2023 13:16:43

Signe Emmerich   Signe Emmerich
I'm glad the other members of our group could suggest the corrections. Hollyhocks are one of my favorite flowers so I enjoyed looking at your image. It is nicely exposed and has nice color saturation.   Posted: 05/24/2023 23:38:55


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