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Thursday, September 1, 2011

No, this was not taken in the tropics.  It was photographed in a flower pot decorating Broadway in New York.  Nonetheless, it will serve as a background photo for tropical situations in stock.  Taken with the Fuji X100 camera at f/5.6.  The X100 has both an optical and electronic viewfinder.  Using the electronic finder made it easier to place the sun precisely for the star effect.

The X100 has only one lens, a 23mm (equivalent to 35mm in full frame), but it does have a macro mode, which is how this image of sunflowers was taken.

I liked the rustic character of these tomatoes and table surface.  Also taken with the Fuji X100 at f/5.6 and ISO 200.

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