Rose after the storms

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  1. Hooker771

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  2. pbelarge

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    Your photo does not come up?


    sorry, now it does.
     
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    Love the reflection in the water droplet... but the leaf and all seems a little out of focus, IMO.
     
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    From what I have worked out if you manage to get the in drop parts in focus the out of drop areas will be out of focus. If you want to get both the drop and the leaf in focus the only way is to focus stack the results of a series of shots to cover both different areas of focusing - not always an easy thing-

    a very neat shot and very good focusing on the indrop content - a few hotspots from the lighting but no real glare problems, barring the thumb you could even clone out the major spot without much trouble - very neat
     

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