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    Wildflower

    D700, 24-70 F2.8 @F11. Comments welcome

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    Re: Wildflower

    Well, from a very British perspective (being obsessed with the weather as we are), we can see that the snow is starting to disappears off the mountains (compared to earlier images featuring this range).

    Lovely work again, Jeff.

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    Re: Wildflower

    Another nice one Jeff,

    I did wonder what iso you had used though?

    ... and whether that had influenced your sharpening threshold, which I have a feeling may have been a tad too high?

    ... the foreground seems to transition from fine detail to a general green tone.

    You certainly have some opportunities there,

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    Re: Wildflower

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Humphries View Post
    Another nice one Jeff,

    I did wonder what iso you had used though?

    ... and whether that had influenced your sharpening threshold, which I have a feeling may have been a tad too high?

    ... the foreground seems to transition from fine detail to a general green tone.

    You certainly have some opportunities there,
    The ISO WAS higher that I wanted to use, and it probably is a bit over sharp, I'll need to dial it back a bit.

    Thanks for the response !

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    Re: Wildflower

    The picture looks like it has a lot of potential. Try bringing out some of the colors and brightening it a bit. Try different post-processing techniques. There is definitely a great picture lurking in there.

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