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#1 UlfW

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Posted 24 May 2020 - 12:33

I must confess that beauty in images is important for me.
That is my drive to focus on flowers and macro to reveal beautiful and interesting things, normally not seen.

Sometimes abundantly present flowers with complex structures become difficult to take in visually, due to having one intense colour only.
The dandelion is one of those flowers.
Going to a pure UV-image does not improve beauty much either. (IMHO)
YELLOW!!! => dull grey and black plus pale yellow.

Images mixing UV with VIS can sometimes say so much more as they span over a wider range of wavelengths.
Large crop, 100%. With many details if zoomed in or displayed on a big monitor.
Attached Image: Screen Shot 2020-05-24 at 08.48.10.png
This is a BUG Vision image. (S8612, 2mm + UG5, 1.5mm, El-Nikkor 80/5.6, Sony A7 III)
White balance intentionally warm to make the petals pink instead of pale yellow.
That was my artistic choice to do so to balance all the green.
Ulf Wilhelmson
Curious and trying to see the invisible.