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  • The same shower on Hibiscus.

    Still the next door neighbours plants coming through our fence line. I got out of bed early for a Saturday to find everything with ladened with water droplets. I wanted to catch the blossoms as they were still curled up waiting for the sun shine to open up the bloom.
    No1 no4 looking at the side view of the blossom No2 No 3 looking down into the blossom. Still using a macro lens f2.8 and a fill in flash. Very little work done in lightroom. Would be happy to hear any and all remarks. Gordon.


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    Canon, 5D MK3 5D Mk11 300mm f2.8, 28-300 f3.5-5.6, 70-200 f2.8, 100 Macro.

    Gordon
    Excreta Tauri Astutos Frustrantor

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    I like # 2 and 3 best Gordon but the background is a bit bright and distracting. It would be great if you could isolate the flower (which is quite beautiful) from the background and then I think you would have a lovely image.
    It's the little things!

    Cheers, Greg C.

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    • #3
      They are all good Gordon. #2 and #3 like Greg said but I think they are a bit blown in some of the petals.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by seaslug View Post
        I like # 2 and 3 best Gordon but the background is a bit bright and distracting. It would be great if you could isolate the flower (which is quite beautiful) from the background and then I think you would have a lovely image.
        Maybe something like this.

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        It's the little things!

        Cheers, Greg C.

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        • #5
          Nice drop shots
          HAPPY PENTAX USER

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          • #6
            thanks Guys something to remember the next time.
            Canon, 5D MK3 5D Mk11 300mm f2.8, 28-300 f3.5-5.6, 70-200 f2.8, 100 Macro.

            Gordon
            Excreta Tauri Astutos Frustrantor

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