Puchinpappy

Puchinpappy

Posted on 06/03/2014


Photo taken on June  2, 2014



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Tulips with Higher Aspirations

Tulips with Higher Aspirations
I caught these late arriving tulips in our front yard this year before they become a distant memory.

For Apps Within your Camera group. Pinhole effect in art filters.

Eva Wiren, J.Garcia, Gary Schotel, Les's Photography AKA aligeeach and 6 other people have particularly liked this photo


18 comments - The latest ones
one42chrisp
one42chrisp
Nice saturated colours! Beautiful shot!
3 years ago.
Puchinpappy has replied to one42chrisp
Thanks. I saw another flower picture on ipernity today with a dark grey "leaden" sky background and I thought why not try that perspective before we lose these beauties?
3 years ago. Edited 3 years ago.
pajmcb
pajmcb
WOW!...Amazing!
Perfect lighting!
Excellent work!
3 years ago.
Puchinpappy has replied to pajmcb
Thanks pajmcb for your comments. It is a high complement considering your appreciation for, and ability to, capture beautiful colour.
3 years ago.
Biscotte.....Impertinente !
Biscotte.....Imperti…
des tulipes géantes !
bravo pour avoir attrapé leur beauté...frisée !
3 years ago.
yokopakumayoko Francesco
yokopakumayoko Franc…
Excellent shot!

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3 years ago.
Janano -
Janano -
Beautiful!
Thanks for posting Beautiful Flowers
3 years ago.
yokopakumayoko Francesco
yokopakumayoko Franc…
Excellent shot!

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Thank for sharing
3 years ago.
Graham Stephen
Graham Stephen
nice one!
3 years ago.
Puchinpappy
Puchinpappy
I am pleased with the response this photograph has mustered. Thanks for the kind affirmation.
3 years ago.
Gerlinde
Gerlinde
very beautiful!
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3 years ago.
R.o.b.e.r.t.o.
R.o.b.e.r.t.o.
beautiful shot!!!

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3 years ago.
Gary Schotel
Gary Schotel
Very nice!
22 months ago.
Bob Taylor
Bob Taylor
A pleasing effect, indeed.
22 months ago.
Sami Serola
Sami Serola
I say it looks rather dark. Is there option to adjust the exposure value when this pinhole effect is used?
22 months ago.
Puchinpappy has replied to Sami Serola
This is what I like about this feature. The original is lighter. My photos on Ipernity always come out a little darker. The settings are automatic and most of my filters come out well exposed. Here is another flower to compare, using the same pinhole filter. www.ipernity.com/doc/821673/33818727
22 months ago. Edited 22 months ago.
Sami Serola has replied to Puchinpappy
It is much about matter of taste of course ;-)

On many of my cameras there is also a similar feature called something like "pinhole", "vintage" or "vignetting". The reason why I usually don't like them is the way how they try to imitate some sort of a "mechanical vignetting". Anyway, the thing I find problematic or even ugly is how "white/bright" objects become gray close to edges. The way I like to work with vignetting myself is an added "soft light" blend. But these pinhole effects also have their place, like seen on that other picture of yours.
22 months ago.
Puchinpappy has replied to Sami Serola
I have found that a well lighted subject, central in the frame works best. That way the vignetting is more effective and in the case of the allium photo, the cedar background absorbs some of it and makes the subject pop out of the background. This photo was taken in the afternoon on a clear spring day. What this did with the tone was a pleasant surprise since this is the first time I used it. It was much more interesting than the "normal" shot.
22 months ago.