Editing is done as is the weaning out process. I ended up with 33 of what I feel are the best Dahlias I have shot to date. Out of 392 shoots it came down to 33 images-Dahlias in color, monochrome,a few flora and one kind of abstract tossed in. Please visit the pages under 2017 New Works. I hope you enjoy my photos and if you get a change visit the Swan Island Dahlia Festival -last weekend in August and first weekend in September.
No photos yet as I am still editing, but I like what I see so far. I picked a perfect day to go to the Swan Island Dahlias, festival is not for a couple of weeks so it was very quiet and I spent almost 4 hours taking photos (around 392). Now the weeding, tweaking and post-processing begins.
I have a new (reconditioned) camera body as the meter in my poor, abused red Nikon 3300 died. I was able to get a Nikon D90 body for the same price as the repair would have been. I couldn't figure out how to use it (very different system) until i found some YouTube Video courses in how the new camera works. After a month of frustration I am so happy to see so many successful pictures from the Dahlia Fields.
As I get more processing done I will start posting here and on Facebook. The final gallery choices will be in 2017 New Works under Dahlias.
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