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Another yellow flower set

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#1 Cadmium

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Posted 27 July 2020 - 01:04

Here is yet another yellow flower which I am now finding a month later than the butter cup, and I thought maybe this was butter cup again, but definitely not, and the UV pattern is not close either.
Regardless, this has some nice details which I find attractive.
Nikon D7000 UVIR, UV-Nikkor 105mm.

Visual (Schott BG38).
Attached Image: Flower_New_3_Visual_BG38_1080.jpg

UV (Hoya U-360 2mm + S8612 2mm).
Attached Image: Flower_New_3_UV_1080.jpg

BUG 5 (Schott UG5 1.5mm + S8612 2mm), UV+Blue+Green mix, 'bee vision', 'BUG'.
Attached Image: Flower_New_3_BUG5_1080.jpg

BUG 3 (Schott BG3 1.5mm + S8612 2mm), UV+Blue+Green mix, 'BUG'.
Attached Image: Flower_New_3_BUG3_1080.jpg

UV Film Simulation, using BUG 5 (Schott UG5 1.5mm + S8612 2mm), channel mixed.
Attached Image: Flower_New_3_BUG5_Film_Sim_1080.jpg

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#2 UlfW

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Posted 27 July 2020 - 03:27

This is an interesting flower with complex shapes.
Interesting for more closeup images too.
https://en.wikipedia...wiki/Hypericeae
Andrea or Birna might be able to tell you more in detail what you have there, but as Andrea wrote last in the link below it might not be done.

Andy and I showed some images here:
https://www.ultravio...__fromsearch__1

Edited by UlfW, 27 July 2020 - 08:42.

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Posted 27 July 2020 - 03:47

Andrea, any time you would like to add any of my flower photos to the botanical section, please feel free to do so.

Edited by Cadmium, 27 July 2020 - 06:52.


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Posted 27 July 2020 - 09:50

This is a Hypericum species or St.John's Wort. One has to use a local flora to key out the exact ID: The genus not only is world-wide distributed, there are nearly 500 different species currently recognised. Many of these are considered invasive weeds and potentially noxious as well.

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Posted 27 July 2020 - 13:00

Steve - I like your images.

It is nice that they show different stages of the blooming, from new and fresh to old.
The fresh one has not yet released the pollen.

How did you make the composition image of all six exposures?
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Posted 28 July 2020 - 05:41

Ulf,
To organize 6 images like this I like to use Photoscape. Its free for Windows. The current version is called Photoscape x, the pro version adds odd filters or styles you may never use. So the free version is good. Can do almost anything in it.

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Posted 28 July 2020 - 05:52

I just did it in Photoshop. Made the canvas size three time wider, two times higher, copy pasted all the images into that, flattened it, resized it.
Been many years, but use to use a program called Compupic, which had a built in feature for that.