Those same flowers with the SP590

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  1. gjtoth

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    ... and off-camera flash. In fact, the flash was still mounted on the E-410. Again, I used different angle, diffused, and undiffused for the Peace rose. Oh yeah, my diffuser? Glad you asked! A Fong? Nope. A Stofen? Nope. It's the bottom of a vitamin bottle. :lmao:

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    These are all gorgeous. Beautiful detail in all the roses, great lighting and the water drops add such a nice pizazz. If I had to pick just one as a favorite though, I'd go with the first one - that red rose and the green leaves on black is simply stunning. :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:
     
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    Thanks, Carol. I feel lucky to get any rose shots at all. The ice storm at the beginning of the year REALLY screwed things up. Almost all of my flowers were stunted and damaged or weird-looking in some way. Now that cooler weather is here and "the season" is over, they seem to be perking up and producing some nice blooms.
     
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    Very nice Gary - very sharp and the water/dew drops really adds to the image.
     

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