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    Small white mountain flower

    little things at the foot of great mountains

    Small white mountain flower

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    Re: Small white mountain flower

    Lovely, I like the black insect in there, makes it look very natural.

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    Re: Small white mountain flower

    ok, thank you gor your comment,
    stay cool,
    Muris

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    Re: Small white mountain flower

    Hi Muris,

    Yes a nice shot, I'd be pleased with a capture like that; good exposure and focus.

    Just one small suggestion; if mine, I would tone down that diagonal bright twig on left hand side, it is so bright it distracts from the flower.

    Cheers,

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    Re: Small white mountain flower

    ok, thank you for your suggestion, next time I'll do it,
    stay cool
    Muris

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    Re: Small white mountain flower

    Muris, your exposure is always spot on. On the side, you need to be aware of the background when composing the shot. Just a suggestion, Sir. Other than that... I'd say FANTASTIC!

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    Re: Small white mountain flower

    Jiro,
    thanks to the commentary, of course I fully agree with you, for such a macro photography takes a lot of practicing, so I hope that any future photos will be better and better, but thank you for the suggestion hope it will be much better nex time
    stay cool,
    Muris

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    rob marshall

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    Muris

    Nice shot. It's called Anemone Nemorosa. http://www.pottertons.co.uk/pott/vie...t.php?pid=1004

    I couldn't see the EXIF, but I'm guessing that you used matrix metering. If you use spot metering on pale flowers such as these, especially when outdoors, you will get the background darker when you are in bright ambient light.

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    Re: Small white mountain flower

    ok, thank you, that's right there is no EXIF because I converted photo for smaller resolution, thank you for your suggestions, next one will be better I hope so
    stay cool,
    Muris

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