These Swamp Lilies happily growing in the Florida Everglades are about the size of the palm of my hand but appear much larger. My camera’s wide angle lens was just a few inches from the flowers. The lens was set at its smallest opening (f/22) allowing everything from the lily to the distant clouds to be in focus and giving the appearance that the blooms are much larger than they are. An example of photographic perspective, where objects in the foreground appear larger than those in the distance.
- May 27, 2013
- Color / Daily Post / Everglades / Flora / Florida / Flowers / Landscape / Nature / Photography / Still Life / Sunday Post
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Tags: Color, DailyPost, Everglades, Everglades NP, Florida, Florida Everglades, Flower, nature, photographic perspective, Photography, plants, postaday, Ron Mayhew, Sunday Post, Wide-angle lens
Fine Art Photographer specializing in Still Life and Commercial Photography.