Wednesday, April 4, 2012

2012, Day 95 - High key

Clematis are an amazing family of climbing vines.  Their flowers and colors are so varied and while they are a mainstay in gardens throughout the world their roots are in Asia.  It's funny how some things become so commonplace that we forget about their origins.

It was a cold wet day today and although you can't tell by this photo it was taken in the rain.  I deliberately overexposed this photo first because all that white tricks the camera's meter but also because I wanted something a little more high key.  The important details are intact although some highlights are a little blown out but the effect is what I wanted.

Canon 1D Mark IV, Canon 100/f2.8L IS
100mm, f5.6, 1/125 sec @ 320 ISO

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