Refreshed Rosa Rugosa

June 19, 2013  •  1 Comment

June Flowers 0002 I recently wrote about the hardy Rosa rugosa also commonly called the Cape Cod Rose. Yesterday I received a new lens that I had ordered my Olympus OMD and naturally I wanted to immediately try it out. Yesterday was also rainy which happens to be the perfect time to photograph flowers and I targeted this Rosa Rugosa. The overcast light allows colors to be rendered vibrantly without harsh highlights and water droplets wonderfully enhance any flower image. I used a relatively low f stop which along with the telephoto focal length isolated flower from the distant background trees. Olympus OMD mounted with [email protected], f5.2, 1/250 s., ISO 500. I like this lens.


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Edie Littlefield Sundby(non-registered)
A rose by any name is in a class of its own. Your new lens certainly did justice to this beauty!
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