Collection location: Walton Co., Georgia, USA [Click for map]
Who: Joan Knapp (PucaK)
Growing on shoulder of road in shaded location in moss near oaks. Area ca. 9-to-10 feet in diameter
Largest, ca 3-3.5" tall. Clusters with largest approximately 1-1.5" tall.
No evidence of gills/pores.
Uninfected Amanita amerirubescens nearby
Thanks to Kenneth Barbaglio for ID
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I’ve never changed settings when using this light. The color seems to be true.
Just one more related question; does this create an issue having to change the white balance between shots? White balance is such an issue on so many pictures here – but your looks spot on to me. Again – thanks!
I have an old Yongnuo Digital SYD-0808 LED light that attaches to my camera or which I can hand hold. In the first two in situ shots, I placed it on the ground so that it threw light on the mushroom. For other shots, I hand-held it to get the lighting I wanted.
That is a cool mushroom and a great picture! I know how hard it can be to get good pictures of white mushrooms in dark areas – without blowing out the white. What is your secret here? A fill flash?
Created: 2017-06-09 20:12:18 CEST (+0200)
Last modified: 2017-06-09 20:12:32 CEST (+0200)
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