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Old Apr 11, 2007, 8:11 PM   #1
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I felt like I was standing on my head to take this shot. Trying to get the church in the photo with the wonderful tulips.

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Old Apr 11, 2007, 8:45 PM   #2
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Beautifully done.
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Love the tulips on the bottom. Great job.
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Thanks Walter and alphie....had fun taking it. :G

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Wow! The perspective and color combine to make an outstanding shot. That's what I'm talking about. Unusual angles produce striking results.

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Beautifull!

The exif information says: f=8 and focal lenght=17mm - is that corect?

(The picture has a huge DOF and aperture, I think, should be smaller than 8).
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This one is really stunning. Great job.
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Beautifully done.
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calr wrote:
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Wow! The perspective and color combine to make an outstanding shot. That's what I'm talking about. Unusual angles produce striking results.

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Thanks Cal......I so enjoy doing different angles etc. when taking photos.

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vidiac wrote:
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Beautifull!

The exif information says: f=8 and focal lenght=17mm - is that corect?

(The picture has a huge DOF and aperture, I think, should be smaller than 8).
Vidiac, I was using a wide angle lens to take this. I am in Colorado on my laptop and the pic is at home on my other PC so can't look the original. I did nothing to this photo except correct sharpness and color contrast. Will check back later with you. I pulled the picture over to my software on here and the exif is correct. The lens used was a Tamron 17-35mm wide angle.

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