Sandy, I would agree, these photo's all show excellent color as well as focus with proper depth of field. I think it's not just the camera, but having proper lighting conditions (artificial or not) and , likely some sort of MACRO lens.
Sandy Ives <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I've had a terrible time these last few years as well, and I no longer think it is a problem with my monitor's balance.
So while I don't know which would be best, I would like people to take a look at the following websites which contain images taken in my garden this year by a gardener who has taken a fancy to photography. These are the best I've seen on my machine in terms of colour accuracy and balance.
I'm going to ask what her camera is; I'll let you know if you think it will do the job. Personally, I don't mind the close-ups, but it doesn't help me prepare for Judges' Training.
Sandy Ives in Ottawa (where the spuria are starting to colour up and the LA species are brilliant)
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