69. Simplicity (Friday Photo Tip)

It was such a beautiful day yesterday so I wandered around getting some pics….here is one of a magnolia blossom about to bloom…thought it was perfect for the Friday photo tip.

Camera: Canon XSI, Shot in Aperature mode, Lens:  55-250mm, Focal Length:  250mm, Aperture F/5.6,  Shutter Speed 1/320, ISO 400      Processed in PSE:  Adj levels, cropped


~ by Tammy on April 5, 2010.

19 Responses to “69. Simplicity (Friday Photo Tip)”

  1. Nice bohek!

  2. And you were too lazy to wait for it to bloom, or was there an egg at home with your name on it? Minimalistic.

  3. A most beautiful image. Sometimes the simpler things are the more complex they become!

  4. Great DOF photo and I love magnolias in bloom I am so envious.

  5. That’s so pretty, Tammy! Lots of detail and such nice tones.

  6. Grea simplicity shot and then when it blooms…majestic

  7. I love this! Simply perfect!

  8. Elegant perfection!

  9. Perfectly elegant! 🙂
    I especially love how you captured the fuzziness.

  10. Just lovely – and exactly what I was envisioning with the Friday Photowalk Tip – you’ve captured a real winner here!

  11. This is gorgeous. I love the delicacy that the gray background gives it. And certainly there is a beautiful simplicity here as well.

  12. Oh, this captures everything that is soft and lovely about an incipient magnolia blossom.

  13. WOW!!!! I need to revisit my magnolia tree…if it stops raining…
    This is spectacular Tammy

  14. a truly stunning flower! Love the composition too.

  15. Amazing detail. It is beautiful.

  16. lovely shot 🙂

  17. Beautiful! Would be great on a wall in a frame I think. 😀

  18. Perfect!

  19. Great example of why simplicity works so well. Beautiful image.

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