Attack of the Giant Crocuses
Just a quick post for the day that's in it - crocuses on the green in my estate. I took this one day last February with my now lost pocket camera, a Canon S90 - I always lose or break my pocket cameras :-( I got down low to get a different angle and gave it a bit of fill flash. The settings were 1/320th of a second, f8, 28mm (35mm equivalent) and ISO 100. I chose a relatively fast shutter speed because there was some movement due to the breeze, a small aperture to get everything in focus although that's not too difficult anyway with such a small sensor, and the lowest ISO available to maximize image quality.
Keywords: Canon S90, Co. Dublin, John Coveney, John Coveney Photography, Shankill, crocus, flash, flower, flower, ground level, pocket camera, purple, www.johncoveney.ie
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