Wild flower

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  1. prue187

    prue187 TPF Noob!

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    I tried taking a photo with this wild flower first I tried to weed the background but it was not pleasing I improvised using a black background just the back of an old painting that we do not display anymore. I would love to hear your comments :wink:

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    This is a Macroshot
    Shutter speed is : 1/500
    F-stop is :4.0
     
  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Hiya Ana, welcome to ThePhotoForum.
    This wildflower is a dandelion.
    Its yellow stands out really nicely against the black background.
    I understand you held that black background there and then took the photo of this flower against it?

    Nicely close-up.
    The only thing that I deplore is that there is so much room towards the bottom of your frame, yet you "cut off" part of the flower at the top.
     
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    Thanks I don't even know what it's called new learning for me. Thanks for the comment I might try doing it again
     

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