Rudbeckia in the park

These are some of the Rudbeckias I saw at the park the other day and just had to come back and shoot them in UV and IDS. If I had a few more hours to spare to wait in between shots for the wind to die down completely, then it would have been feasible to try for lower ISOs. As it is, I shot at ISO 800 and F8, as that was all the weather would allow today.

Rudbeckia Hirta Indian summer - visible
Rudbeckia Hirta – visible

Rudbeckia Hirta Indian summer - UV
Rudbeckia Hirta – UV
Rudbeckia Hirta Indian summer - IDS1
Rudbeckia Hirta – IDS1
Rudbeckia Hirta Indian summer - IDS2
Rudbeckia Hirta – IDS2
Rudbeckia berlin - visible
Rudbeckia hirta Cappuccino – visible
Rudbeckia berlin - UV
Rudbeckia hirta Cappuccino – UV
Rudbeckia berlin - IDS1
Rudbeckia hirta Cappuccino – IDS1
Rudbeckia berlin - IDS2
Rudbeckia hirta Cappuccino – IDS2
Rudbeckia hirta Indian summer - visible
Rudbeckia hirta Indian summer – visible
Rudbeckia hirta Indian summer - UV
Rudbeckia hirta Indian summer – UV
Rudbeckia hirta Indian summer - IDS1
Rudbeckia hirta Indian summer – IDS1
Rudbeckia hirta Indian summer - IDS2
Rudbeckia hirta Indian summer – IDS2

Just to say, I do like Rudbeckias and grow them in my garden too. But these were much larger in size than the ones I have at home, some being about 6-8″ across. BTW, my wife does approve of this flower.

Boon

Equipment used: Olympus EM-5, Coastal Optics 60mm F4, Baader U filter, Baader UV-IR cut filter, IDS1 & 2 filters, Giottos YTL-8354 with Velbon V4 boom arm, Sirui ball head.