Do you totally hate flowers yet?

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  1. Nikon Fan

    Nikon Fan TPF Noob!

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    I'm sick of them too, but it's my first post with some in them so get over it :lol:

    I took this first shot using a friends close up filters and now I really gotta get me some, or some extension tubes or something b/c I'm in love :lol: The scond shot is some flowers hanging on our porch.

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  2. JonMikal

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    i really like the last! great texture and DOF! :thumbup:
     
  3. Shan

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    Jon,what is DOF??????
     
  4. Nikon Fan

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    Thanks Jon :) Shan, DOF is depth of field. You determine DOF by aperature...check the Q&A section for a better definition and help on DOF and other subjects ;)
     
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    haha, i dont totally hate flowers quite yet, especially since you were creative with these (esp. the last one). i really love that second one. did you use a backdrop for that or just a reflector? or was it just sky?
     
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    the second one is very very nice :)
     
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    The second one is just the sky as the backdrop. When I adjusted the pic in PS it went completely white giving it that effect :) Thanks for the comments all!
     

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