On Tue, May 10, 2016 at 7:37 PM, Chuck Norcutt <
When I look at this one I don't see a problem with light... I see a
problem with focus. The leading edge of the closest blossom's petals and
the stamen are not critically sharp. The sharpness is bested by the tips
of the petals in the rear. When I look at it my eyes circulate around what
I think should suddenly pop into focus... but it doesn't. Pretty damned
close but not quite.
On 5/10/2016 12:28 PM, DZDub wrote:
Yellows are very challenging for me, so I may be thinking via some kind of
gag reflex. This one is where I have tried very hard to match the light I
-- but it still looks a little odd to me. Part of the reason is that the
center of this variety of daffodil is quite solid and non-translucent
Hmmm. I didn't put it there to illustrate critical focus but yellow. But
I don't see the problem with it you point to. I guess I'm a chump.