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    Shooting a Rose

    I should get my wife flowers more often. I need the practice. This was shot with a D600 and 24-70 @ ISO 100, f/11, 1/200 sec with SB-800 shot through umbrella. Slight mods in LR4 and CS6 incluing oil paint filter. C&C welcome. Jim

    btw, this is my first photo post, so sorry about the thumbnail. (MOD EDIT) - Image inserted inline

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    Last edited by Donald; 9th September 2013 at 06:51 AM.

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    Re: Shooting a Rose

    That's a lovely shot, Jim. It's been lit very well so that the petals are clear and picked out nicely.

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    Re: Shooting a Rose

    Jim,

    Beautiful picture. Love the light and the effect of the filter.

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    Re: Shooting a Rose

    Gorgeous, in every respect.

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    Re: Shooting a Rose

    Very nice.

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    Re: Shooting a Rose

    Really awesome; congrats

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