Camellia Petals

My new Nikon D300 showed up today, and of course I had to play. This is an extreme close-up of petals of a camellia blossom fresh from my garden. The flower was wet with rain. To get the effect of light coming through the petals I positioned the flower on some small LED lights, then surrounded it with a black velvet cloth. The point of this style of photography was to emphasize the transparency of the petals.

Related images: Camellia, Camellia Decolletage.

[Nikon D300, 200mm f/4 macro lens (300mm in 35mm terms), 35mm extension tube, 3 seconds at f/45 and ISO 100, tripod mounted.]

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