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  1. #421
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    and yet another...
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    Canon 350D, Canon S500
    Canon 50, Sigma 18-125, Tamron 75-300
    I "shoot" things, then put pictures of them on the internet
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  2. #422
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    and another...variation
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    Canon 350D, Canon S500
    Canon 50, Sigma 18-125, Tamron 75-300
    I "shoot" things, then put pictures of them on the internet
    Take a peek!

  3. #423
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    Quote Originally Posted by Q B@LL
    and another...variation

    beautiful flowers.great work.
    Canon EOS 300 D,Sigma 28-80 mm ,F3.5-5.6 with minizoom macro.
    I will practice till I get it right, which will probably be forever .http://up.photos.yahoo.com/ed/cowenbecky/album_handler

  4. #424
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    Quote Originally Posted by Q B@LL
    and yet another...
    You have really improved on your outdoor shots, very Impressive.

  5. #425
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    BE and BE's Chick...

    Thanks for the warm compliments I definitely try to take decent photos and when I receive thoughts such as those (especially from you 2), it makes me wanna keep shooting

    QB
    Canon 350D, Canon S500
    Canon 50, Sigma 18-125, Tamron 75-300
    I "shoot" things, then put pictures of them on the internet
    Take a peek!

  6. #426
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    Young Magnolia Tree

    Nikon D70, Kit lens, F8, 1/250, Macro Mode

    I think this is an unopened magnolia flower. ?
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  7. #427
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    Quote Originally Posted by Q B@LL
    BE and BE's Chick...

    Thanks for the warm compliments I definitely try to take decent photos and when I receive thoughts such as those (especially from you 2), it makes me wanna keep shooting

    QB
    'Tis the Truth my friend. Here is one of my efforts today. A close-up. hope you like.
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  8. #428
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler
    Gerbera. I've been watering and watching this for a week or so - putting it out in the sunshine during the day etc. It lives in it's pot in our kitchen.
    So I photographed it this evening - in the window with the light slightly behind. Actually I liked the lighting as it was not too vivid or contrast - but it was a bit behind it. Also it was a touch low lighting. 20th sec, F3.5, 100asa, 200mm ~ just into the macro range and, of course, Antishake. Shallow depth of field results in the petals at the bottom a bit off focus - but I'm happy with it. It's not a perfect specimen - but its ours and we like it.
    Comments??
    Extremely great photos, But, then you always take great photos. Here is my attempt of a small flower with a nice background, comments are always appreciated.
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  9. #429
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bald Eagle
    Extremely great photos, But, then you always take great photos. Here is my attempt of a small flower with a nice background, comments are always appreciated.
    That's a really different shot - I really like that! (Flower thread & Waterfall thread combined!!). Love all your pics too
    More soon
    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
    NIKON D90 / D80. Nikon 16 - 85 VR, Tamron 28-200,
    Sigma 70-300APO, Tokina 100 AT-X Pro D.
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  10. #430
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    Very good idea, this waterfalls as a background.
    I really like that, but on my opinion, i think your pic is a bit out of focus. If I could say.
    Maybe you could post-treated it a bit to regain a few focus.

    A very classic one, but i like the color :


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