This is a photo that I consider to be "retina photo." You may wonder why I call it that way. It is a photo that reflects exact colors that the retina of my eyes captured.The dynamic range of a person’s vision is slightly wider than that of a camera, so a (traditional) photograph cannot capture the extent of nature as seen through the human eye. For example, the forefront of a photo becomes dark when it is taken facing the sun, but human eyes can see that front area clearly.In my photo lab I try my best to remember the colors I saw with my eyes and develop photos adjusting colors so that all my work become perfect "retina photos."
All are nature's tints. Biei in Hokkaido,Japan.