This one turned out quite well given the challenges that I had to contend with. The lighting in this place had overhead Florescent along with harsh sunlight beaming through. I also had to crop a lot from right to left in order to remove an ugly branch. I left the SS @1/60s, bumped up the ISO to 500 and set the lens @F/10. I had to add an inordinate amount of contrast in order reduce the amount of background glaze. It may still have a skinch too much saturation, but as we all know, red and pink are real bears to get just right. Hope you all enjoy and thanks a bazillion for viewing. ) Tony
This was handheld which is a very nice testament to the Nikon VR Lens.
Lens: AF Nikkor 55~200mm Lens Camera: Nikon D200 Photo Location: Mojave ISO: 500 Shutter Speed: 1/60s Aperture: F10
Focal Length 200mm, Manual Exposure Mode, No flash and used Multi-Segment Metering.
Thanks for viewing.