One thing about morning glories that is so cool but hard to photograph is when backlighting is illuminating the flower. I wanted to find one flower that was lit with the background being dark. It is like a lantern lighting up in the dark. Now that being said, it is tough to capture that feeling on digital film. I had to set the meter to really underexpose the background to try and capture the feeling of the flower lighting up. I hope this worked but you let me know what you think.

Tamron 18-270mm Di-II VC PZD lens on a Canon 70D, Aperture Priority, f11, -1.7 stops of exposure compensation, ISO 100, resulting in a shutter speed of 1/50th of second, Vanguard Abeo Pro tripod and BBH-200 head, processed in Lightroom 5.

Morning Glory 100114a copy


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