Canon 5D Mark III | 50mm | F2.8 | 1/800 | ISO100
Another image for the lens whacking collection!
The sun was shining bright, and right into my lens (Sensor). I saw this awesomely vibrant coloured rose right in-front of my house, and it had a lovely rim light from the harsh sun light. I quickly got out the Nikkoer 50mm, as I knew the pink, purples and greens would all complimane teach other with some faint flaring. Positioned and angled in such a way that would only introduce a slight soft contrast glare across the image.
I love the flaring in the top left hand corner. Very subtle, but adds a nice effect if you notice it!
I frame the shot just in between the center, and right third of the frame. Simply because I wanted those lovely flares in the picture, and that is the side of the sun (thus the reason the subject is positioned on the right as opposed to the left).
I want to start shooting some more macro and detail photography of lot’s of natural elements at some point. I might get a few ideas together and arrange to borrow a 100mm 2.8 Macro for a week and get a ton of stuff shot. It doesn’t apply to the Daily Fifty obviously. But that is exactly why you should go over to my Flickr page and add me on there for all of these non-Daily Fifty related images. Bottom left of page (Link to Flickr)