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A different take on an anemone

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Two weeks ago you saw a ten-petal anemone (Anemone berlandieri) with a tiny spider on it. During that same March 1st photo session I photographed several other anemones, including the one shown here.

I processed this picture differently from the last one, pulling down the tone curve from its default diagonal line to darken the image, especially in the background, and emphasize the backlit glow at the heart of the flower. I then slightly lightened or darkened a few small areas to produce an overall effect that pleased me.

 

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I recommend Asra Q. Nomani’s article “Anti-racism betrays Asian students.”

It helps if you understand that “anti-racism” is wokespeak
for ‘racism that’s anti-white and anti-Asian.’

© 2022 Steven Schwartzman

 

 

 

Written by Steve Schwartzman

March 16, 2022 at 4:31 AM

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