06.27.2021 Silent Sunday-Double Starburst Edition


About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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16 Responses to 06.27.2021 Silent Sunday-Double Starburst Edition

  1. I take it there’s no extra charge for the second starburst.

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  2. Peter Klopp says:

    Fabulous composition, Steve!

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  3. tomwhelan says:

    Pretty. The light on then leaves in the water is really nice.

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  4. Eliza Waters says:

    Beautiful shot, Steve!

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  5. Fabulous image, Steve, the composition, colors, and reflection all just lovely!

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  6. Very Nice Steve! Great Double Starburst! Beautiful Image!

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  7. The leaves at the top make a nice silhouetted frame. I appreciate that these are sharp! Did you focus stack? When I do online judging and on Facebook I often see people including blurry foreground leaves and branches. I like sharp foreground subjects.

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    • No, this is one exposure at f/16. I prefer sharpness throughout in a landscape shot. I was going to share the Milkweed Sunrise I posted on FB here also but when I got it on the screen for posting saw that it wasn’t as sharp in the foreground as I wanted…iPhone does have limited DOF. I almost deleted it on FB but it had been viewed and liked enough that I left it. I am glad you liked this one, Denise. Thanks!


      • I too prefer landscapes that are sharp enough from front to back for traditional landscapes. I do a lot of focus stacking or use the hyperfocal distance method. But with that said, sometimes it’s fun to play with limited DOF too … and much preferred for close-ups and macro.

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      • I use limited DOF more with floral shots. But for landscapes I prefer sharpness throughout. Guess I spent too much time looking at Ansel’s 4×5 film captures. 🙂


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