Sunday, November 25, 2007

Revisiting Earlier Photographs, #3



I was able to make this photo look more to my liking.

If you ever take photos like this, looking right into the sun, and your photos come out where the sun has "bloomed," or is no longer round, like it is in this photo, remember to always stop the aperture way down. The sun will be properly round if you use a small aperture (highest aperture number possible).

It's too late with this photo, that can't be fixed in Elements, but I got it looking good to me nevertheless.

It's Sunday, and that means I also posted photos on my other blog if y'all care to go see them. Today is a batch of my old 35mm slides.

4 comments:

imac said...

Like what you have done here John, its looking great.


Now have my next post up.

Bob-kat said...

Whenever I pop by I always read back on the posts I have missed adn I am never disappointed as you always take great pics. I like these sunset pics you have played around with very much. They are very relaxing and reminescent of a summers day.

Kerri said...

Lovely shot...I never tire of sunsets!

CG said...

A gorgeous photo and thank you for the photography tip :)