Orange Hibiscus

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Joined January 2008

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Orange Hibiscus

Even though my camera was pointed away from the sun (as it almost always is), the moisture on this Hibiscus flower created two bokeh sparkles right near the middle of the photograph. A bokeh effect like that is usually achieved by pointing the camera towards the light source (sun) and tilting the camera up a little bit so that light can go “straight down the barrel”.

An untouched macro photograph of a Hibiscus flower, captured with a Canon 450D and a 55 – 250 mm lens:
F-stop: f/8
Exposure time: 1/640 sec.
ISO speed: ISO-200
Exposure bias: -0.7 step
Focal length: 250 mm
WB: Sunny
Aperture Priority

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