The tundra is such a beautiful place in summertime...I'm on a crusade to get a picture of it that does it justice. How does one capture the color of itty-bitty flowers from a distance? Is this even possible? Here are two examples, taken with either Fuji 800 or 400 film: close up they look good from a distance they wash out day two, brighter (a little better) I'm thinking this last one might be a bit overexposed, despite what the light meter said. This is at 11,000 ft where the sun can be deceptively bright. Any opinions on this?