Botanical Flower, no. 2


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After all your lovely comments, and helpful tips, I have brightened up and cropped another one of these lovely flowers, hope you like them, any comments gratefully accepted. Cheers Trixie
18/04/2011 - 19:40trixie
CategoryFlowers & plants
BodyK-x
Shutter SpeedN/A
Aperturef/1.8
LensN/A
ISO200
Focal Length18mm
Views/Likes46/0

GIULIO57

Link Posted 18/04/2011 - 19:45

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sandinista

Link Posted 18/04/2011 - 19:48
A fine effort, looks like you've got the lighting, focus and DOF on the flowers sorted on this, well taken.

Did you use multi-segment or centre weighted metering as the exif data isn't showing? I only ask because of the bright highlights in the background.
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trixie

Link Posted 18/04/2011 - 20:05
sandinista wrote:
A fine effort, looks like you've got the lighting, focus and DOF on the flowers sorted on this, well taken.

Did you use multi-segment or centre weighted metering as the exif data isn't showing? I only ask because of the bright highlights in the background.

Hi Jim I'll get back to you with the info, I'll have to look back at the original photo thanks for your interest. Cheers Trixie

trixie

Link Posted 18/04/2011 - 20:14
sandinista wrote:
A fine effort, looks like you've got the lighting, focus and DOF on the flowers sorted on this, well taken.

Did you use multi-segment or centre weighted metering as the exif data isn't showing? I only ask because of the bright highlights in the background.

Hi Jim, I used Aperture priority, 200 speed ISO, and I had the white balance set at cloudy, and I used centre weight. I think the bright lights was a shaft of sun just coming through the trees for a few moments. I have only cropped this photo and just slightly adjusted the colour balance in paintshop pro. Thanks for asking and your lovely comments Cheers Trixie

trixie

Link Posted 18/04/2011 - 20:17
GIULIO57 wrote:

Glad you like it. xxx:

autumnlight

Link Posted 18/04/2011 - 21:20
That's very lovely again Trixie, i like the light on the flowers
Kind regards Maria

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Link Posted 18/04/2011 - 21:35
autumnlight wrote:
That's very lovely again Trixie, i like the light on the flowers

Thank you Maria, and I loved your Stags Horn photo, I have used this plant in Homeopathy, its useful and beautiful, Cheers Trixie

senn

Link Posted 18/04/2011 - 22:47
Hi Patricia,
I’m OK about DOF quality. But I wonder how is it necessary for your pic. I think rose blossoming foreground makes up the main interest of your pic. Why do not isolate it further with narrower aperture then ? I’d opt for f8, even f10

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Last Edited by senn on 18/04/2011 - 22:47

trixie

Link Posted 19/04/2011 - 07:44
senn wrote:
Hi Patricia,
I’m OK about DOF quality. But I wonder how is it necessary for your pic. I think rose blossoming foreground makes up the main interest of your pic. Why do not isolate it further with narrower aperture then ? I’d opt for f8, even f10

cheers,

Thank you Senn, I will try what you suggest, look at for the redone photo, cheers trixie

szgabor

Link Posted 19/04/2011 - 17:08
Nice shot, beauty colours.
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