I made sure to get up earlier today and get out to take photos, but first I checked the 3 planters where I planted a total of 15 tulip bulbs. There are now 5 buds that have recently broken through the soil; the 6th one is about 2 inches tall now and looking good! After getting all excited and talking to my newborns I started walking around the backyard in search of new macro subjects. We have a boatload of some plant/flower in the thistle family, and I keep taking photos of them but haven’t posted any. Then I came across this single blade of grass with a drop of water poking up through some of the “thistle” leaves. I used one of the UltraViolet looks in Luminar 3 then masked out the single blade of grass so that it really stands out.

Dare To Be Different
Dare To Be Different

Photo Info

  • Fujifilm X-T3
  • Meike 10mm and 16mm extension tubes
  • Fujinon XF 18-55mm F2.8-4 R LM OIS
  • Focal Length: 55mm
  • ISO: 250
  • Aperture: f/6.4
  • Shutter Speed: 1/80
  • Exposure Compensation: -0.3EV

Post Processing Info

RAW photo was post processed in Luminar 3

64 days down, 301 to go!!

4 thoughts on “Day 64 of 365

    1. Thank you so much, Aixa. I liked it so much that it is my wallpaper on my iPad Pro; haven’t changed it on the computer yet. I wanted to like the new blog post on your site, but it (the “Like”) wasn’t showing. Also, I love the name change.

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    1. I used one of the UltraViolet “looks” in Luminar 3, then masked the blade of grass and water drop…a very quick edit, but I so love the look! It is my laptop, cell phone, and tablet wallpaper! Glad that you liked it.

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