A touch of pink.


mikew

Link Posted 30/06/2009 - 22:01
I got on the pahseone mailing list for a while. An odd concept. Bit big aren't they but I can understand the appeal of that and the Mamiya although I'm not familiar with them in detail.

The M4 was about the best Leica did I believe. I could never afford one.

It was they way they felt in the hand and they way thins worked that was so great.

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titchgamer

Link Posted 30/06/2009 - 22:07
I agree with Paul good crop but should of kept the cobweb.
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TonyM

Link Posted 30/06/2009 - 23:15
Martin - is it too late to turn this into a voting thread: Cobweb - for or against!!

Malo1961

Link Posted 01/07/2009 - 19:31
TonyM wrote:
Martin - is it too late to turn this into a voting thread: Cobweb - for or against!!

I'll make it easy on you guys..........AGAINST

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Last Edited by Malo1961 on 01/07/2009 - 19:32

sanderscapes

Link Posted 01/07/2009 - 21:25
A bit late in the day but a very nice image Martin nice detail in the hairs on the stem.

A very nice pic

Darkmunk

Link Posted 01/07/2009 - 21:52
I usually like cobwebs, but my first thought was loose it, as the image is more of a composition than a macro tour de force. Second thought was crop tighter.

I think your second attempt is much better.

I also agree with the first comment about the bokeh ( I haven't read the other thread and don't care) but again, your second, tighter crop improves this too. So it's all good.

oh yes... I didn't like the multiple pink splodges bottom right on the first - again, the crop has solved that and the one dainty splodge is just right!
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Malo1961

Link Posted 01/07/2009 - 22:05
Thanks for commenting all. The last post by Mark, tells it all. My thoughts also, so the last version will make it to the archives.

Good light to you all,

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