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  • Posted April 14, 2011 by Jorge L Moro Viewed 10280 times

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Cherry Blossom Trees. Fairmount Park, Philadelphia. ALL these, with the exception of the next one, #2 were taken on Tuesday before the rains finished off the trees.
All shot with the Nikon D700, Nikon 24-70 F2.8, And a regular Hoya Polarizer. However, to use one of my favorite expressions, with the exception of #2 below, they all had the “poop processed out of them” to achieve these effects. Enjoy springtime! Pretty soon, it'll be 100 degrees out.

THis one is a straight, unprocessed image shot this morning when I let my dog out. Nikon d700, Nikon 24-70 F2.8 with a Hoya Polarizer (that I was too lazy to take off and put away after shooting the other images on this page on Tuesday)

Dogwoods. Fairmount Park, Philadelphia

Dogwood Tree, Philadelphia, PA

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    • # Jothi

      I really felt happy when I saw your photo on the home page. Truly amazing series, especially the first two.

      2011.04.28 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Eloise Murray

      Wow. This this is a beautiful set! Congratulations on the FP, you deserve it with a set like this :)

      2011.04.28 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Goldbond

      Beautiful set of pictures. I suppose I will never be that advanced... my point 'n shoot is just too easy......

      2011.04.28 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Kimber

      congrats on FP it's absolutely beautiful!!!! cherry blossoms are my favorite!

      2011.04.28 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Beth

      congratulations on fp. I love the first shot. It looks like a veil! gorgeous

      2011.04.28 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Suzie

      Oh wow this set is gorgeous! I love the cherry blossoms, just beautiful!!

      2011.04.28 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Lynn

      #1 went straight to my favs...UNBELIEVABLE!!! It's the best image of Cherry Blossom trees that I have ever seen...the colors, the light, the flawless composition all equal PERFECTION!!! #3 is another AMAZING capture. Great set Jorge :))

      2011.04.26 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Agnes Felber

      That Hoya polarizer is quite powerful! Amazing!
      P.S: Dogwood looks different down here, somehow...

      2011.04.14 Edited Reply Cancel