Au Naturel: Red Currents

Red Currents Black Bowl (06) by MeetaK

 

I was planning on selecting another photo. I really like Crimson Beetroot and fits perfectly into this month's theme. I am talking about the monthly photography event CLICK. Jai & Bee are calling the theme this month Au Naturel, I call the series of these photos RAW.

My calendar this year displays a selection of photos I took throughout 2007 in their purest form - RAW ... or Au Naturel.

I decided to go against Crimson Beetroot. As April progressed I started getting several mails from many of you who have my calendar hanging on your walls. Not only was I touched by your compliments but the mails helped me make another decision.

I have the same calendar here at home and a few of my closest friends and family have also received it as presents, so April's photo was popping down at me in all its glory everywhere I went.

You guessed it! April's photo is "red currents in a black bowl" you see above. I like the bright red and the way the berries pop right out of the shot. All in all the shot is perfect for this months theme.

Details
  • Camera: Nikon D70s
  • Lens: Nikkor 18-70mm
  • Tripod: Bilora 1211
  • Focal Length: 70 mm
  • Exposure Time: 1/40s
  • Aperture: f/4.5
  • Lighting: Natural from right using a bounce on the left.

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27 comments:

  1. we'd originally planned to call it 'raw', but didn't want it to turn up searches for x-rated pics. lol. i love this entry. gorgeous and so vibrant.

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  2. Gorgeous pic, Meeta. Have you considered setting up an Etsy account to sell some of your gorgeous photos/calendars/cards? I love that site and it has become my favorite source for handmade gifts, and thought of that when I saw the lovely calendar you have made.

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  3. Beautiful! currents always bring me back to when I was picking them, stepped on a slug and then we made really excellent jam out of the currents (not the slug)! delicious!

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  4. your photos are amazing and such an inspiration. I love your blog! :)

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  5. Fresh currants are one of the things I seldom get here. They make any pic cheery. Love the textures in the shot.

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  6. Love the photo - the contrast between the grey and the red is fabulous!

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  7. Beautiful and nice click for the event:)

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  8. Those red currents look too good to be true. It's as if they have a real current passing through them:)

    P.S You are invited to celebrate the Sandwich Festival at my blog

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  9. Meeta, your capability of capturing the essence and beauty of EVERYTHING, with your camera, is exceptional.

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  10. Vibrant natural colour, amazing picture.

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  11. Beautiful pic as always Meeta!

    I have an award waiting for you over at my blog :)

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  12. Thats a beutiful click Meeta.. loved it.

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  13. Meeta,
    That is an AMAZING photo. Wow!

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  14. How can anyone compete with this?! :)

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  15. As always a masterpiece from you, Meeta. You really are so talented and the rest of us...well we try.

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  16. The red is so brilliant! I love this, Meeta :)

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  17. That photo is simply stunning!

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  18. Shucks people! thank you!

    Bee - yup that would be an issue - but hey an exciting issue!

    Nupur - i have not checked that site out. I have my stuff on zazzle which is pretty cool too. but i definitely will check etsy out too. thanks for the tip!

    Cyn - c'mon you are pretty good too. don't give me any of that!

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  19. Congratulations on the award! That is a beautiful picture. When I was reading all the specs, you made me feel like such an amateur... I really need to learn all these technical aspects. That is a true gem of a photo!

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