Trip to the Arboritum C&C/Comments Welcome

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  1. jubbin2001

    jubbin2001 TPF Noob!

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    Recently I took a trip to the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum and of course took the camera. Just thought I would share a few shots that kind of stuck out to me.

    I don't know why, but I love these mushrooms.
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    I love this picture. I do have a complaint about it, but I don't want to make it too obvious, since I would like to see if others might catch it (which I am sure you will).
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    Last but not least, one of the butterfly pics that was the best one of the group.
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    I used a Tamron 28-300 zoom for all these. I still have to work on technique I think. Seems like some of the images (the butterfly I think is most noticible) are softer than I would like. I know I am limited by the lens as well....but I still think it's more me than the lens.
     
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    Well done...perfect shutter speed on the waterfall!
     
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    Thanks! I had about 20 shots of that waterfall....that one happened to be the one that turned out best. Congrats on being the first to comment :D.
     
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    In #2, the whole thing seems overexposed. The foreground is out of focus and the branch in the top-left is distracting. Did any of those hit what you were thinking of?

    The butterfly shot is great!
     

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