Lots of Daybreak!

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  1. gjtoth

    gjtoth TPF Noob!

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    DaybreakER Roses, that is. From the Oly. All in natural light on black velvet. Same bouquet, just shot from different angles. This is one of many varieties I grow in my gardens.

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Beautiful flower, nicely captured. The droplets are so clear, they almost look like glass beads. I think I like the first photo best of all, although they are all good. I don't quite like the lighting in 4 that much, though. To me, lit like that the roses look a bit ... cheesy is the word? I think it is...
     
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    That's odd. I used the same lighting in all the shots and just changed the angle.

    Cheesy is not a word. :lol:
     
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    You're having me on? You're laughing while you say that "cheesy" is not a word. It's just because I don't speak English that well... but don't pull my leg here :grumpy: :sexywink: :lol: ...
     
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    I'd say you have a pretty good handle on English. ;)
     
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    Beautiful roses, gorgeous shots. I think they all are very nicely done. Great job!
     

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