February 23, 2011February 23, 2011 Nye Early Blooms The Vinca Minor came out several days back. It’s also known as creeping Myrtle or periwinkle. Vinca is an evergreen perennial ground cover, it blooms in spring with purple flowers that cover the plant. Manual, EF70-200mm f/4L USM lens, f/4, 1/100sec, ISO 400, focal length 200mm, white balance cloudy, evaluative metering I attempted to do the zoom effect again this morning. Manual, EF70-200mm f/4L USM lens, f/8, 1/20sec, ISO 400, focal length 159mm, white balance cloudy, evaluative metering Then again in the evening, and this time with a little more success. Manual, EF70-200mm f/4L USM lens, f/8, 1/25sec, ISO 100, focal length 109mm, white balance cloudy, evaluative metering Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
Top photo, creeping myrtle–bottom photo, Bursting Myrtle!
Gerry, I think I like the creeping myrtle better, looks more calm. 🙂
Like the first photo the best; the zoom effect makes me feel a little dizzy.
Jeffrey, it has made me also but I had to get it out from my system. It’s good for me to learn the technique, it might come in handy one day.
I had to go inside this past weekend to find some blooming flowers are here. 🙂 The second zoom photo is much better the flowers in the center don’t get distorted much compared to their surroundings.
Scott, I don’t enjoy shooting the zoom effect as much as I thought, and it seems a bit harsh on the lens. The weather has been warm for the past weeks and some flower trees start to bloom already. I need to check out your flower photos, must be vibrant. 🙂
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