orange amaryllis ...

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  1. apphoto08

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  2. Trenton Romulox

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    It's blurry and the background is rather distracting. What was the shutter speed on this?
     
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    I am by means an expert, but in my opinion~ Would be a great picture if the focus was tack sharp. Also finding that goldish circle thing in the top left corner a bit distracting. Beautiful flower though!
     
  4. astrostu

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    I agree with Trenton. Also, one problem with photographing flowers from the top-down (FYI) is that there will be two different focus points - one for the stamen and pistil and another for the petals. So you need to choose one or the other to focus on, choose a different angle, or use a very small aperture.
     
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    yeah - that was a brass chandelier in our dining room that got caught in the background. thanks for the feedback!
     
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    thanks astrostu - that is really helpful!
     

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