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    Flowers growing natural.

    I used 1/1000 to minimize the wind effect moving these flower; I think; I made it!

    Flowers growing natural.

    C&C welcome.

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    Re: Flowers growing natural.

    Great work with the flowers - nice aspect of a beuatiful flower, exposure and focus looks spot on and the shutter speed has eliminated movement blur. I don't like the background though - sorry.
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    Clive

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    Re: Flowers growing natural.

    Yes that is the problem with photographing 'real life' flowers.

    I wonder if cropping a little tighter would remove most of the distracting background elements.

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    Re: Flowers growing natural.

    Javier, you did stop the movement. I noticed the image does not appear straight judging by the edges on the building in left side background. You might have better results if you were to take the photo earlier in the morning or later in the afternoon. The brightness and color of the objects in the background and in the foreground tend to pull the eye away from the flowers.

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