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12th May 2013, 04:02 PM
I don't shot often flowers but yesterday, while working in my garden, I was attracted by this daisy and I couldn't resist. So I set aside the hoe and I took the camera.
The quite strong wind did not help me in getting at least one sharp shot. This is the only processed images out of about ten...
C&C are welcome
12th May 2013, 05:42 PM
Re: Pink Daisy
It is so tempting to put down the gardening tools and pick up a camera instead.
Getting good 'real life' flowers shots is often tricky. I usually allow for at least 90% rejects, and keep changing angles slightly. And every time I examine my shots, I realise there is something in the background which should be removed.
Wind rock is certainly challenging for good focus. I did produce a short stake with some clothes pegs attached so I could support the stem and reduce this problem.
In this case, I think the only changes I would make are to reduce the brightness of some background spots.