A glorious morning in blue
This entry was published on August 8, 2020 at 8:57 pm. It’s filed under Flowers
, John Snell
, John Snell Photographer
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, morning glories
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Such beautiful photos!
Thank you. And, of course, the flowers themselves are even more beautiful, in part because they last only a few hours!
Thank you! I hope you can find some to enjoy in real life too!
Morning Glories are the best! I played them for about 10 years with a trellis to climb.
John these are amazing! What lens
are you using?
Thank you! They were made with a telephoto zoom (Sony 55-210) and one or two closeup rings; I love that setup because it is so easy to vary FOV and distance to object and the results can be pretty good. Also, all are made being handheld, thanks to the Sony @6000 stabilization.
Thanks for the information. I have a zoom but need some closeup rings for my Canon.