On a sunny day last Sunday, after church, we decide to have a go to a park we had never been before. This park is unique because of it's location. It is actually in the middle of a big roundabout (or rotary in american). It's hard to see that from my picture here as I try to crop all sighting of cars or traffic light.
But, it's not all bad. This park has it's own charm... that is the white daffodils.
I was struggling to do macro shot with my 50mm, clearly wasn't that successful... well, I should have known better, prime lenses aren't meant for macro shot.
Even though daffodils mostly grew wild in UK. I believe they are planted by the park authority as there only one spot full of it. I had never seen so many of them before as much as I saw the yellow daffodils.
Someone is clearly have a good day here. My son had suddenly loving outdoor. All through winter I would have a hard time just to get him out. He won't even play in snow! But as soon as spring sparks its presence, my son just like a bird, fly and disappear in the park.
I presume you have enough and probably sick of looking at too many daffodils by the end of this post!
I was actually trying to set the camera to wider apeture to achieve clear depth of field. However, the picture became so bright even when I set the minimum shutter speed. Anyone know how to overcome this?
The only idea I have is I have to use neutral density filter to achieve outdoor portrait quality image (with nice bokeh) with not too bright. Is that true?