Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Shahar Levi, Feb 17, 2007.
appreciate your comments
Beautiful. All of them.
The first appeals to me much - colourwise, compositionwise ... and no distracting grey rock in the background, though I recognise the flowers as the same that you showed us before WITH the rock in the background (and I deplored the fact it was there in my comment).
That rock still shows a little in Photo 3, which is nicely composed, too, but I think I clearly prefer the first to the third.
The bee-photo is quite something else, that one is really good on its own, I know how difficult it can be to get them right and in focus ... I tried to photograph them last year in May when our plum trees were in bloom, that's how I know. Though I found those big, plumb bumple bees are even a lot faster, you wouldn't think so if you go by their shape .
Thanks for your comment
I personally prefer the 3rd image here rather then the old picture (with the rock).
And this bee is very very energetic.. besides this image i have 30 +- confusioned images of her
and with the slow auto focus speed of the D70 by the 60 2.8 lens ,
its indeed quite difficult and scary (you have to get to 10-12cm from the bee and you hear her scary sound - not pleasant)
thats why im saving my money right now to the Nikkor 105mm 2.8 AFS VR.
its quite expensive , but its rather then the 105/150 sigma whom cost a lot less.
*sorry for the english if there were any mistakes :blushing:
I like all of them, but the forth is just okay for me
Very nice captures.
Very nice photos they are very sharp and the colors are fantastic.
wow! very nice photoes!
the colors are great.
shahar, what lens did you use?
#2 and #3 are amazing
Very nice, wonderful detail with soft yet powerful colors.
Thanks for the comments
The lens used is the Nikkor 17-55mm 2.8 ,
besides the bee picture whom pictured at the Nikkor 60mm 2.8 Macro.
Ooh very nice! I love the first and second
i really like 3 and 5
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