My last post was rather wordy so I’ll keep this one short. I spotted this Rain Lily (Cooperia pedunculata) back in May growing in the wild area of my property. I was about to have knee surgery so I could not kneel down to shoot it so I decided to take it into my light box to shoot it instead. It was a very good specimen and the lighting and background really worked out well. You can read more about this plant by visiting my Texas Wildflower page here. Click here to see a before and after simulation of this image.
This image was taken with my Canon Canon EOS 5D Mark III using my EF100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM set on 100 mm. The camera was set on Manual mode with the aperture set at f/8, shutter speed at 1/15 at ISO 100. This image was shot in my studio using my light box. I took a total of 13 shots and used Helicon Focus to assemble the focus stack final image. The lighting was done with 3 LED lights.
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