RE: Columbines on a Sunny Sunday

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The pink ones that you are looking for a name look like primrose to me. I am in love with the way they die off and lose their color. Even then, Mother Nature gives her a last shot of beauty! I love her that state also.

The light-colored poppies! Divine! Honestly, Rich and elegant. Thank you so much! :))

Even in the bright sun, you can't keep a great flower like the Columbine! The purple and pinks are just stunning!! Do you have a neutral density filter? It allows you to put these on in the sun, just to give you a boost up. It makes you able to take those flower shots in the right sunshine. You will have to read up on it. I have some shots I would never have taken of flowers in the bright sunshine!

I love, love, love your post!



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Thanks @dswigle I didn't remember to look those up lol and your welcome =)
I was running two filters a light UV and a Polarizer. I shoot in full sun more than a little but I prefer the softer, warmer light of sunrise/ sunset and bright foggy days. I have other toys to shade, defuse, and reflect but there comes a point your packing a ridicules' amount of gear around lol

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Thats why I recommended a neutral density filter. Im all about fewer things in the bag!

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Oh yeah, I used to have a several of them in the past just haven't re acquired a set yet.
I'm looking at filters for the Sigma atm and a 95mm filter is is a little.... spendy.
Used them a lot when I was running a Nikon F1, 35mm film set up, almost a must if your doing long exposure shots.

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I find that most of my needs are a must. :))

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I have been typing like a retarded monkey all day lol.
Then I just realized that the last update that went through turned on Microcrap's auto correct and that thing drives me crazy, so I'm only typing like your avg. monkey instead and auto correct is turning it into full on gibbering idiot =/

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