Lotus Blossoms

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Today I went out to take pictures of the Lotus Blossoms in the area. This was my first time doing this and found it lots of fun and a very good learning experience. I was using my 55-200mm Kit lens and it was not long enough.
Here are a few of my examples from today.


Enjoy


1.
NIKON D5100
1/60
F/8
ISO 100
200mm



20130706_DC_Kennilworth_Gardens_032_3_4-1 by Dan_Girard, on Flickr


2.
NIKON D5100
1/640
F/8
ISO 100
60mm



20130706_DC_Kennilworth_Gardens_041-1 by Dan_Girard, on Flickr


3.
NIKON D5100
1/15
F/11
ISO 100
190mm



20130706_DC_Kennilworth_Gardens_064-2 by Dan_Girard, on Flickr


4.
NIKON D5100
1/60
F/5.6
ISO 100
200mm



20130706_DC_Kennilworth_Gardens_087-2 by Dan_Girard, on Flickr
 

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Yes, I like the back lighting on #1.
 
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Thanks for the comments guys. I wasn't sure if the back light on #1 would be too much or the fact that it's a composite picture be noticeable. And with #3, even after editing it, it looks like it's slightly out of focus to me.
 

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