The Fuji X100 Macro Mode and a couple of Daylilies!
Being relatively new to Wisconsin and the Milwaukee area, I hadn't got over to Wehr Nature Center and the Boerner Botanical Gardens. Yesterday it was over 90 degrees. So I figured I would go to the Domes and do some indoor flower Photography, but prior to doing so I wanted to learn where Boerner and Wehr was located. I signed up for membership at Wehr and found out that my membership at the Domes was reciprocal at Boerner. I also was told that the Daylilies were at their peak at Boerner. So I decided to stay and see them. I didn't break out the big D700 SLR, Macro and the Tripod (just too hot), but instead decided to use my Fuji X100. Focusing in the bright light and the little bit of breeze hand held was a challenge (so a little soft at times), however I capture a few with some wonderful light and color. Here are two that I thought I would share just because they are so beautiful.
Taken with Fuji X100, AP, 23mm Macro setting, ISO 200, Brightness 9.4 EV, -1 EV bias, f/5.6, 1/2000s.
Taken with Fuji X100, AP, 23mm Macro setting, ISO 200, Brightness 8.8 Ev, -1 EV bias, f/5.6, 1/1700s.
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