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Old Mar 18, 2009, 8:12 AM   #11
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Wow, great series, Torgny!

I think you've been very clever in capturing this in so many perspectives / compositions.

I really like the first photo and the one with the snow too. The last one is a nice close up, but for some reason the background blur isn't so pleasing to me (seems to have some harsh edges in the out of focus parts).

Thanks for sharing. What time frame did you take these over (same day, same week, longer? )

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Old Mar 20, 2009, 9:26 PM   #12
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I can imagine come time to rake these up in the fall isn't too much fun.

Nice close ups Torgny.
Thanks. Tried many times and finally got some decent ones. In fall they have done their job, I suppose, and your begins :-)

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Old Mar 20, 2009, 9:29 PM   #13
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Nice set. The bottom one looks like strung popped corn.
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Thank you, Caryl, for viewing and the comment. Thay's one one fun things, of course, with close ups. You can see what you otherwise wouldn´t have seen and can make new comparizons

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Wow, great series, Torgny!

I think you've been very clever in capturing this in so many perspectives / compositions.

I really like the first photo and the one with the snow too. The last one is a nice close up, but for some reason the background blur isn't so pleasing to me (seems to have some harsh edges in the out of focus parts).

Thanks for sharing. What time frame did you take these over (same day, same week, longer? )

Paul
Thanks, Paul. Most of them are very recent. Have been trying a couple of springs but not really managed

Spot metering, open aperture and -2/3 EV made the trick until I really learn. Thanks for viewing and commenting

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