Purple Orchid...

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  1. Joerocket

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    ... from a different perspective.

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    Thanks for looking!

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    The flower is beautiful. The image could use a shallower dof.
     
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    Agreed, only have a Fuji E500 point and shoot 'till I can afford a DSLR and I'm having trouble figuring out how to adjust the dof on it.
     
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    I'm not familiar with your cam, but try manual or aperture mode. Use the largest aperture (smallest #) like 2.8, for most digi-cams. Macro mode will also help if that's all it has.
     
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    yea, i think if i remember correctly i was in macro mode for this pic my camera also has supermacro... the camera has a full manual mode i believe, i tried opening the aperture all the way like you said but everything is still in focus. dont know what im doing wrong.

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    Doesn't sound like you are doing anything wrong. I think it's just the limitations of your camera.
     

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