Flowers of Japan


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darakusan

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Took quite a number of flower pictures from Japan so decided to start a thread for them =). Noticed lots of Japan trips threads too, if you have any nice flowers from Japan, do share here too =)

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darakusan

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All the flowers are taken from all over Japan during my 10 days trip in Japan, am still processing so will still be uploading along the way. Do share!



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The spring season is always beautiful :)
Just wondering, how do you process your photos so that they have that "old" effect?
 

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You get my vote for the first image. The background Japanese castle with the flower in the front really speaks out loud.
 

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Fantastic :thumbsup:
Thanks! =)

oh I love the color tone :heart:
Glad you like the tone processing. Sometimes i can get abit out of hand in my processing haha.

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The spring season is always beautiful :)
Just wondering, how do you process your photos so that they have that "old" effect?
Yeah spring season is beautiful, but this yr's spring is abit colder then usual. I processed my photos using Adobe Lightroom, i like the old / faded effect sometimes known as cross processing for the colors which i adjust in lightroom according to my preference =)

You get my vote for the first image. The background Japanese castle with the flower in the front really speaks out loud.
Glad that you like it, a pity is that flower has quite abit of dirt on it as it is a tiny flower on the ground.
 

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Yeah spring season is beautiful, but this yr's spring is abit colder then usual. I processed my photos using Adobe Lightroom, i like the old / faded effect sometimes known as cross processing for the colors which i adjust in lightroom according to my preference =)
I see! I've wondered about that for quite a long time ...:sweat:
Thanks a lot for the enlightenment! ;)
 

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