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08/23/2005 01:26:27 AM · #1
These images were taken as part of the Freeman Patterson Workshop.

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08/23/2005 01:52:31 AM · #2
I love those... they are truly beautiful! The slight focus on part of the flower is a unique perspective and the colors are very vivid. Here is one of my favorite flower photos. The average comment says it is cropped too much and needs to be a whole... but I like it THIS way. So, .. cropped its NOT. :) Its a wild garlic blossom. I love it.
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08/23/2005 03:53:39 AM · #3
Both very good..fav the second!
08/23/2005 10:04:37 AM · #4
Originally posted by CalamitysMaster00:

I love those... they are truly beautiful! The slight focus on part of the flower is a unique perspective and the colors are very vivid. Here is one of my favorite flower photos. The average comment says it is cropped too much and needs to be a whole... but I like it THIS way. So, .. cropped its NOT. :) Its a wild garlic blossom. I love it.
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I like yours the way it is as well. The selective focus works quite well making the flower look like fireworks.
08/23/2005 10:05:52 AM · #5
Thanks for the comments on mine. The second one is my favourite of the two as well.
08/23/2005 10:12:17 AM · #6
Well, I like the first one best. LOL :-) Left you comments.
08/23/2005 10:31:17 AM · #7
I'm glad you like them. These were from a series of about 40 - 45 shots using different combinations of extension tubes and the closeup filter. Working distance (from the end of the lens) was < 1 inch.
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