These four are great ones. They look powerfull coloured, but do not apear oversaturated. Focus and sharpness on the right spot.
Last edited by Sunray; 4th July 2010 at 07:42 PM. Reason: Can't count to four :)
Thanks Rob and David.
Am I the only one not seeing things? Where the image wendy? =) (^_^)v
We still need more flowers guys and gals......more.....or any flower endemic in your place...
Thanks.These four are great ones. They look powerfull coloured, but do not apear oversaturated. Focus and sharpness on the right spot.
Thank you. I hope I don't sound mushy on this one.And I love the title of this thread!
Wendy, I would decrease brightness and add more contrast to the first picture.
Nice work Pops. Now I think I am tripping. Thats psychedelic manLet's try this one.
This was taken at my sister & bro-in-laws place early one evening when the sun was low in the sky and back-lighting the rose. Very little pp work had to be done, so for once I hit the lucky spot. I kept this a little softer than usual, as it suits the subject.
Creation date: 11/11/2008 18:58
Camera: NIKON D80
Focal length: 90*mm*(equiv. 135*mm)(Tamron 90mm Macro)
Exposure time: 1/160"
ISO speed rating: 100/21°
Metering Mode: Pattern
White Balance: Manual
Flash: Flash did not fire
Nice one Kit, really nice.
I like Pops bloom too, although it seems a shame to have had to flash light it (must be really dark and wet).
In fact there are so many excellent shots here.
Well done everyone,
I had to use flash on that one because I was in a 5 minute window between thunderstorms. The storms were tearing the petals off all the flowers and I wanted to get ONE!