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  1. #2881
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    Cunninghan Park

    Flower.....
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  2. #2882
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    It's definately number 2 for me Adam I like the fuzzy flower in the background with the sharp bud as main interest.
    Look what nature did to my daffodill I thought this was suposed to be Spring!
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    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
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  3. #2883
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    heres one for rooz. someone once asked me how good is the 17-55?
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    Kev.

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  4. #2884
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phill D View Post
    It's definately number 2 for me Adam I like the fuzzy flower in the background with the sharp bud as main interest.
    Look what nature did to my daffodill I thought this was suposed to be Spring!
    Thanks, Phill. I like your daffodil--it almost looks staged.
    Adam
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  5. #2885
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    How 'bout these two? Close-ups of a tulip.


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    Adam
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  6. #2886
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamW View Post
    All right, folks. I've looked at these two for too long and now I can't decide. So I ask you, which do you prefer?
    I like the focus point on the bud better in the first one but the composition better in the second one. As for your next set, I like the second one more. I think the first is too close, plus you lose some color. You using your new flash? Looks good!
    Lukas

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    Thanks, Lukas.

    Yeah, I was experimenting with the ring flash and the 430ex as a second flash. For the first set, the 430ex is held directly above pointing straight down. For the tulip, the 430ex is below the flower, lighting through the petals. Both times with a DIY softbox and the ring flash as fill.

    I went to the native plant garden at the Golden Gate Park Arboretum yesterday, and I've got a mess of stuff to process. So I'll be posting more soonish.
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  8. #2888
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    It's not quite a flower but I thought it had nice shade and detail to it.


    Another dandelion..

  9. #2889
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    Thanks Adam - no set up by me only mother nature & the snow was all gone after half an hour of sun.
    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
    - the fun's in finding them

  10. #2890
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    This is the first time I have posted in this thread but I took this one a couple of days ago and wanted to put it up. It is a little under exposed but I liked the shot anyways. What do you think?
    ESP
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