I just couldn’t resist taking more Tulip images so here are a couple of new Creme and Yellow Tulip images.
The first image was taken with a Nikon 16-85 lens fitted with a 32mm extension tube (Kenko 12mm & 20mm tubes connected together).
This next image was taken from ground level looking up to catch the sky in the background. I wanted to try something a little different, but I have to say, I seriously ached after the contortions needed to get the camera set up with this composition!
For all these images I used the same set up as mentioned in my earlier Tulip post, the manfrotto 190 tripod, release cable, mirror lock up etc. Again breezes were still a small inconvenience. One thing that gets plenty of exercise when taking these sort of images is your patience.
The garden is full of spring colour at the moment so I will be busy experimenting with some different compositions over the next week.
Cheers for now