Canon EOS 60D, Tamron 18-270mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD (270mm, f/6.3, 1/20 sec, ISO-640)
I happened to find Hydrangea still surviving in the shade. While most of the Hydrangea died in Tokyo this season, finding Hydrangea alive with well-ordered petals is a special gift from the god.
This time, I tried a new way for photographing white flowers. I slowed shutter speed, made ISO up, and create blown out highlights intentionally. It looks like a white version of shadow picture, haha.
Canon EOS 60D, Tamron 18-270mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD (270mm, f/6.3, 1/20 sec, ISO-200)
I shooted the Hydrangea in a normal way, too. The petals were faint like a waterdrop which is falling and about to disappear.
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Takumi Nasuno. Tanagura Supporters' Ambassador (Official supporter of Tanagura Town of Fukushima Prefecture). A man who recommends TRIPLESSO just as he likes. A multi-language blogger for mainly nature photography. I'm engaged in knowledge management and data analytics in the field of marketing and information technology industry. Currently I'm struggling to take a good balance of working and parenting after half-a-year childcare leave.