Yes, actually I learned something from this shoot. I never noticed red colors being overexposed on film in the past, but the sensor of the D2X does over expose reds. I had to drop the exposure by -.7 stops to epose for the reds. Fields of yellow or pink tulips did not need as much exposure compensation.Nice Steve, they are so bright they almost look fake, must have been awsome to be have been standing in a field of Tulips like that.
Thanks Gale, it is quite a sight to see!Wow thats a bouquet and a half))
I've only seen them a couple times on my visits, but this was the first time there was some sunlight and no wind.Steve, we live very close to the "tulips" and see them every year. . .. one doesn't realize how hard it is to get a good image of them. . . so much color and so many. . . you did very well.