Malus pumila. At the Connecticut State Colleges & Universities (CSCU) main offices in Hartford, CT.
I did try to brighten up the photo because the day was overcast, but that washed out all the subtle details and made the colors garish, so I left it as it was taken. It looks much better in the natural light, unedited.
This photo was taken in bright light without flash on auto focus, but the camera overcompensated for the light and darkened the area around the fixture. I love the shades of brown that resulted. The ceiling itself is actually white. No editing was done besides the signature.
This photo was taken in low light without flash with the slowest shutter speed on the camera. Despite the dimness, the long exposure collected enough light to wash out the subject. No editing was done other than the signature.
They’re seeds… that corn… They make corn… They’re corners… That works, right?
I used the flash on this one to enhance the contours of the dish and to bring out the satin and shine of the kernels. I found that flashing at 50% zoom brings out the best contrasts in macro photos, at least for me with the Canon G16.
For #FlickrFriday’s “Corner” and Macro Mondays’ “Seeds” challenges.
You can’t make a cornier pun than this one. But I can, of corn.