Another medium format image using the Agfa Isolette iii. In reading about the 6×6 or square format for photography, the approaches recommend playing to the symmetry of the square by using circles, equal areas, and centering of the central point of the image. Didn’t do that here . . . maybe I should revisit this rather large plant?
It is a lot harder to focus – and stay focused – with this all-manual camera, too! I should have focused on the center of the stems . . .
Along with yesterday’s dead bugs, there was a lot of new, spring growth!
Succulents are plants you love or hate. I rather like them, especially when they begin to flower – then they can produce wild and wonderful extensions of themselves. To me, they seem almost indestructible. In a succulent garden, care must be given to the plants, just as in any garden, to ensure they look their best. I took this picture with the 70-300mm on the V1, and did post in LR, DxO Optics Pro 10, and a bit of spit.