A Bee and a Few Words on Detail (Three Photographs)

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I was not sure these photos would work because distinguishing the bee from the flower looked difficult. One of the tools I use is a sort of sharpening that is called tonal balance (NIK’s name or “Even Balance” in MacPhun Intensity CK). It’s surprising how a little change makes a difference in bringing the subject out of the background. Another trick is to shoot up at the bee. As bees tend to bury themselves in their work,  finding ways to get good shots with some flowers can be a challenge.

2 responses

  1. Great macro and thanks for the tip!


    November 7, 2017 at 6:24 pm

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