Perhaps not landscape but Tulips related so why not post here...?
Been enjoying the daffodils then the tulips and on the verge of a neighbouring flowering cherry tree coming into full bloom, I was desirous of catching all three in bloom together, though given they all come to their best and then die off at slightly different times, I had no real expectations of capturing what for me might be considered a reasonable image.
That the flowering tree is circa 25 yards distant from the tulips and daffs, and wishing to avoiding loosing too much detail, and given I have almost zero PP skills It was down to which lens to use..? DOF thinking would tend to draw me to my 16-35 though could not get the image I wanted, thus had a go with my 70-200 hoping that it`s f22 capability might do the job, though how far from the tulips would I need to be to hope to get detail in both the tree and framed up as I might desire...
Additionally I thought it might just be worth trying out my CP as the sun was near rt angles to the subjects and might enhance the colours in the sky. With f22 and CP even in bright sun would require such a slow shutter speed as to require the use of a tripod, though as the wind was blowing hard moving the subjects....I had no great expectations , tried to time the capture between winds strongest blasts and when the fast moving clouds cleared the sun long enough to brighten things up... This is a crop from the original and reduced the highlights a little in Elements.. and the sky played little influence in the crop...hmm!
Any CC appreciated
F22 1/13th ISO 100 70-200@ 135mm.