Not quite so “spring” yet, but close enough … HDR

Not quite so “spring” yet, but close enough … HDR
The 100 Season 5
Image by Emil9497 Photography & Art
Every season is also characterised by its unique lighting and visual traits that may widely vary even within this very season’s "typical" time span … "Guess the season" could have been an alternative title for the above seen capture …

The yellow colour of the totally leafless trees’ brunches undoubtedly suggests that it is still winter, yet the intense, definitely fresh greenish appearance of the ground grass implies in turn that Spring may be around the corner … The "smart" conclusion, the photo has been taken somewhere around early Spring season probably within the first half of March …

That’s how a willing photograph viewer may practice whether he or she possesses any Sherlock Holmes’ deductive reasoning skills and to what extend, not only on the above seen one but on any photograph …

In any case with this frame I was given the chance to test my new, relatively inexpensive, all around Tamron 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC lens for Nikon F mount. The result: so far so good …. a true value for money deal …

NIKON D90 DSLR with Tamron 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC lens, manual mode, shutter speed 1/30 s, ISO 100, f 8, focal length 35 mm, use of HOYA ND X 2 filter, manually adjusted white balance, center weighted average metering mode, HDR processing derived from only one RAW file, flash didn’t go off, no tripod …

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