Abstract Ferns


Today’s post is all in-camera work.  I used my Canon 5D Mark II with the 70-200mm / 2.8 lens and a Canon 500D diopter.  Our CNPA group was at Duke Gardens and it was a bit windy so I found a pot of ferns behind a building out of the wind.  With the setup described above I had a great time exploring the ferns with just one spot in focus (or none) at the f/2.8 setting for most shots.  Here are a few more examples.

4 thoughts on “Abstract Ferns

    • Hi Paul… it was fun shooting the pot of ferns… and it has been delightful here so far but today starts the heat… nothing like DC is going to get though… summer is upon us!

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