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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by gravy, Aug 29, 2007.

  1. gravy

    gravy TPF Noob!

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    let me know what you think.... I think that the bee could've been more sharp, and I'm not too sure why it wasn't.

    f/11
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    handheld sb600 at 1/2 (I think)


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    Alex_B No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    took some time to get the title ;)

    I actually quite like the image .. as for the lack in sharpness, not sure, how long is your lens? maybe you just needed more DOF/smaller aperture. Don't expect too much sharpness in the extreme highlights, there you will always have some leaking light ...

    I like the way that most of the image is almost in the darkness, and just the central theme stands out bright.
    Without the wires in the background it would be even better imho ;)
     
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    well, I took this with my 10.5 fisheye, at f/11, so I didn't really think sharpness would be an issue... I also agree with you on the wires... I ps'd em out of another shot, and I think I'll get rid of em on this one too.

    oh well. I'll keep trying. this was in my back yard, so location isn't really an issue.

    thanks!

    anyone else?
     
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    I very much like your image also; I wonder what it would look like with the colors of the petal a little more saturated. Might make a very much more interesting image. JMHO.

    Great image, btw!
     
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    I think this is beautiful! I love the contrast you used.
     
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    WOW! Is all I can say. Great shot, nice Idea...
     

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