Wordless Wednesday ~04.25.12~

David Williams Photography Wordless Wednesdsay

| f/22 | HDR 5 Bracket | iso 100 | Canon 24-105mm  f/4L IS USM @ 24mm


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50 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday ~04.25.12~

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  3. I was wondering when you were going to break out the tulips from your area. I remember the stunners you posted last year. And on that note, this has to be one best photos I’ve seen this year. And what a clean HDR, and in my opinion, it’s best usage.

    • Wow, great memory Brandon…I am totally impressed! And holy cow, what a great comment and compliment as I am sure you have seen some awesome images this year! Thank you so much, I actually sat there somewhat stunned when I read your comment! 😀

    • Thank you Adrian, I must have been a sight….a 6’1″ Native American crouching down trying to view the back screen while blocking out the sun…avoiding the oodles of puddles…muahahahaa! 😀

  4. Oh the Tulip Festival!…sigh, I miss it. One of my favorite events of the year. What an incredible photograph, this could be in any publication or postcard, seriously amazing!

  5. Many HDR’s that I have seen lately on other sites are overdone and artificial – as if the “HDR look” is the whole point of using the process.
    Your processing is the way it should be done. No hint at all that the method has been used.
    Great shot!

  6. Beautiful, David! Loving the perspective and I love the solar flares on the photo as well.
    I am jealous that you’ve been having lots of sun, all we’ve had this week is rain.

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