Today’s assignment is: Pop of Color. We’re supposed to experiment with one color and feature it prominently in our photo.
It’s pouring rain here in Virginia today. A cold, cold rain . . . winter is brewing. Not wanting to venture far from my warm fireplace, I decided to grab an umbrella and see what kind of color I could find in my backyard. Enter my Nandina bushes. They’re always a festive burst of color this time of year.
I was kind of mesmerized by the water droplets on the berries, so I decided to play around with a little selective coloring.
Balancing an umbrella while photographing Nandina bushes sounded like a good idea in my head, but I ended up dropping my umbrella and getting slightly soggy. It was worth it.
ISO 500 | 105mm | f/3.2 | 1/125 sec
See you tomorrow!