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Old May 26, 2006, 7:22 AM   #1
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I found this group growing in a spot where I was able to isolate them from the background. Thanks for taking a look.......




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Old May 26, 2006, 2:14 PM   #2
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This shot proves that even dandelions can be beautiful when you have talent and the right equipment. What did you use to take this shot? Composure, DOF, lighting, focus - everything's perfect, and the detail's nothing short of amazing. Keep up the great work, Keith.


PS - You could make money with pictures like this.
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Thank you very much toshi,,, that is about as nice a compliment as I have ever received,, and I appreciate it very much :-).

This was shot under the canopy of creekside trees with a Panasonic FZ30 camera.

5EZ (15X), A Mode, F4, 1/100, ISO 80, 15X = 535MM (Macro), & Tripod.. I shot this in the telephoto (Macro) and F4 to get shallow depth of field and throw the background out of focus as much as possible and I could also be more selective as to just what I got in the background....

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