Teasels

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  1. Mohain

    Mohain TPF Noob!

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    (not much time for shooting this w/e :()

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    abraxas No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I'll bite- A very cool abstract look, or, a very dirty sensor?

    Now that I know what teasels are, I'll say a very cool abstract/different look.
     
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    lostprophet No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I like it
     
  4. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    This makes me think of Renoir ... or impressionist paintings. Wow. What an effect. Have you seen tb2's photo of a teasel ... he posted his at some time last week or so. All different from your photo, only with the same subject. Backlit, these plants are unbeatably attractive!
     
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    Beautiful, as LaFoto said, like a painting.
     
  6. Mohain

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    Sorry for the late reply. The PC has been in bits most of the weekend. Think it's all sorted now at last :cheer:

    Lafoto, I did see tb2's image and I went out to try and get a shot like it but I didn't get a result I was happy with. I also tried to get some absract ones ...

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    The softness of the first one and the top one here is done in camera with a 'soft focus' setting on the lens. When I got it on my computer I thought it looked a rather like an impressionist painting (after I mucked around with the colours a little). something a little different from me, but I quite like it. Not sure if I like the lens tho, seems to have some wicked fringing and CA when wide open. Needs more testing. Might swap it for a tele macro :mrgreen:

    Anyway, thanks for the comments :)

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    Mohain
     
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    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    very cool... i like them, as corinna said the first does have an impressionist painting type feel.... good stuff mo :thumbup:
     
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    I have field of those rather close to my house. It's not a lot of fun walking through them. I have pic of them but I would feel that my picture just would not look up to par with these and tb2's pics of them. Great shots.
     
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    This picture are so beautiful. They make me think of a painting, great picture.
     

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