Coprinus picaceus 2. - The Old One
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|I found this old Coprinus picaceus a few meters from this young one. None of the Coprinus species are edible when they're old and flow like ink - but being exact beside C. comatus and maybe C. atramentarius each is worthless for eating.|
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Nice shot of this old Inkicap Laszlo.
POV and sharpness are ok but it looks just a little bright and overexposed on the stipe.
I find that it helps to always have my cameras white balance set for sunny,even when it is cloudy.
It seems to help keep that UV haze to a minimum.
If I find that a picture has got too bright,or has a bluish grey haze from sunlight,I sometimes take a little blue out in PP or use gamma correction.
This is a fine composition where the subject has been captutred with superb details!
Good point of view and attractive colour reproduction...
A fine autumnal presentation!
a great view of the Coprinus picaceus, i like the low POV and close composition, very good sharpness, i think about the exposure that the colour tones are bright and the details are perfectly legible.