Silent Sunday – The perils of bright light and contrast (or why to avoid bright sunlight!)

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19 comments

  1. I still like the colours though, and the background is nicely blurred too.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Perils? I love sunshine Suzy! Found my first Polish rain today but Meg still has sunshine back in Lodz xx

    • Sue

      Call me Susie by all means, Jo – but spell it right..😉 anyway, apropos the sunshine, I just don’t like it for some images… And these days, I love the sun provide it’s not too hot! 😀

  3. I’m ambivalent about bright light. I’ve had a few days when I’ve been irritated by it and yet got a great photographic haul – today may have been one of them. But it’s not guaranteed – definition is often better in gloom. That said, I love your yellow!

  4. The light lends an impressionistic feel to it.

  5. But it’s lovely, what don’t you like about it?

    • Sue

      The very bright distracting reflections on the leaves behind the flowers….I may have another go in less bright light, if the tulips are still there!

  6. It’s very cheerful, Sue. 🙂

  7. i’ve often found it difficult photographing yellow flowers.
    well done.

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