It’s Yellah

FLOWER OF THE DAY – OCTOBER 14, 2015

Hi gang!  For Cee’s Flower of the Day today, I’m choosing one of my favorite and longest lasting blooms…the African Daisy.

While I adore taking pictures of them, it’s rare that I get any I like because I have this “thing” with taking photos of yellow!  More often than not, they are washed out…almost like it’s a white balance thing.  Is it a white balance thing?

As I continue working toward capturing vibrant yellows that retain some detail…there is something to be said about this problem when I shoot these daisies in a certain light.

They look almost as if the light were coming from inside and that is the only reason I kept this series.  They almost look cartoonish but for the red pot in the background.

Anyway, I like them and hope you do too.

Happy yellah….R

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14 thoughts on “It’s Yellah”

  1. I used to hate yellow because of the yellow medicine I was given as a child. I like your yellow and ‘liked’ photo on FB this morning but still behind with the whole blogging thing. Love you sis!

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  2. Such a gorgeous yellow. You nailed the color. That is for sure. Yes it can be a white balance thing. If you have software that lets you correct it normal you need to take blue out and maybe add in a little pink.

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    1. I don’t have an editing software, but there’s an option to change the tint in photo gallery, so I’ll try that next time I run into this issue with yellows. Thanks Cee 🙂

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