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Old Oct 9, 2010, 11:32 PM   #1
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Picked a bunch of dahlias from my garden. I shot these hand held, 400 ISO, between 50 and 100th of a second shutter speed, auto white balance. I think the camera captured the color very well.











And this one I kinda like, its almost as if this lil' one is over-shadowed by the more bigger blooms....

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i quite like the muted tones of the first one. classy image.
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Thanks....one light source on that one.
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i see that, i like the texture imparted by the 1 light source, and the bit looser crop works well.
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i see that, i like the texture imparted by the 1 light source, and the bit looser crop works well.
Yeah....I favor that too.

How bout this one?



Or a tighter one on the first one?

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i like these 2, i would rather not see the vase on the first one though.

i really like the lighting on this 2nd one, i think it is the best lighting yet, i just wish the flowers weren't cut off on the crop/framing.
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Looks like a painting...interesting!
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This one is the one I like from all of them! the other ones look like it has too much digital brightness but they are fine. These colors come out nicely through my monitor.
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Picked a bunch of dahlias from my garden. I shot these hand held, 400 ISO, between 50 and 100th of a second shutter speed, auto white balance. I think the camera captured the color very well.











And this one I kinda like, its almost as if this lil' one is over-shadowed by the more bigger blooms....


Not bad for a small sensor camera (joke)
In one word: beautiful !

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Nice set of images but I think 1,3 & 5 are all slightly underexposed and would have been improved with the correct exposures.
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