Into Photography for over 30 years, I worked professionally as a studio/portrait photographer for a long time before getting away from it and into programming/web design. The whole world of photography underwent a paradigm-shift while I was away, but now I'm back with a Nikon DSLR and loving every shot of it!
We Love Green!
Uploaded by: ArkyMark
Friday July 13, 2012
Caption: Did you know that the human eye is more sensitive to green than any other color? (Around the 550 nanometer wavelength in normal daylight.) This means that we can detect more variations in this color than others, and it shouldn't be surprising since we live in a mostly-green world. But it leads to a chicken-and-the-egg type question: Are there actually more "greens" in the world than other colors - or do there only seem to be more because our eyes are more sensitive to them?
Manufacturer: NIKON CORPORATION
Model: NIKON D7000
Orientation: top - left
Resolution Unit: Inch
Software: Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
Artist: Mark Corder - MarkCorder.com
Copyright: MARK CORDER (Photographer) - (Editor)
Compression: JPEG compression
Exposure Time: 1/125 sec.
Exposure Program: Aperture priority
ISO Speed Ratings: 800
Exif Version: Exif Version 2.21
Shutter speed: 6.97 EV (APEX: 11, 1/124 sec.)
Aperture: 6.92 EV (f/11.0)
Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
MaxApertureValue: 5.00 EV (f/5.7)
Subject Distance: 0.5 m
Metering Mode: Pattern
Light Source: 0
Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode.
Focal Length: 135.0 mm
Color Space: Uncalibrated
Sensing Method: One-chip color area sensor
File Source: DSC
Scene Type: 1
CFA Pattern: 8 bytes undefined data
Custom Rendered: Normal process
Exposure Mode: Auto exposure
White Balance: Auto white balance
Digital Zoom Ratio: 1.00
Focal Length In 35mm Film: 202
Scene Capture Type: Standard
Gain Control: Low gain up
Subject Distance Range: Unknown