Helleborus on White

This is another photo of one of my unusual double hellebore blossoms, photographed on white and processed for a semi-translucent effect while keeping fidelity to the actual colors.

I continue to enjoy working with the perspective correcting macro lens I used to take this photo. It’s even kind of amusing (in a creative anachronism fashion) to have to manually stop the diaphragm down when I’m ready to take the photo.

Related links: Iris ensata ‘Azuma-kagami’; my Flowers on White set on Flickr.

[85mm perspective correcting (PC) macro lens (127.5mm in 35mm terms), 13 seconds at f/54 and ISO 100, tripod mounted.]

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