A floral interlude

© Dave Whenham

I was just about to close PS down for the day when I noticed that the last nine images I’ve worked on have all had flowers in them. Must be the start of my floral period, or perhaps it’s simply an interlude. Taken with a variety of cameras, Nikon D750, Nikon D7100, Fuji X-1 and the Fuji X-T20 which reflects how much variety I have enjoyed in terms of handling and also lens choice over the past few weeks. If it can be helped I try not to change lenses when out in a field of, say, rape seed crops and that has been what has happened here.  Looking at the RAW files on my computer I can see that all five of my cameras has had at least three outings in the past three months, and some of them even more. Not sure how long this can be sustained, I usually have several lean periods every year, but enjoying it whilst I can!

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X-T1 with 55-200 lens. Shooting into the sun for this backlit poppy in the front yard.

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Fuji X-T20 with 18-55 “kit lens” and a tiny bit of a tweak in PS CC

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Fuji X-T1 55-200mm lens