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Old Jul 8, 2011, 8:28 PM   #1
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Gorgeous, Fantastic. You've done it again. The black velvet really makes a difference. Are these flowers brought inside for shooting, or are they outside? Also, is that natural light or enhanced? J4c
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Gorgeous, Fantastic. You've done it again. The black velvet really makes a difference. Are these flowers brought inside for shooting, or are they outside? Also, is that natural light or enhanced? J4c
Thanks very much.

Gladiolas are top-heavy and the wind snapped these two so, I snipped 'em and brought them in. All natural lighting from the window.
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Old Jul 9, 2011, 4:40 AM   #4
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You're very welcome. I know what ya mean, I have about 2 dozen Dutch Bearded Iris' and they grow 5 to 6 feet tall and have very large blooms. And when it gets windy or heavy rains, a few get woozy and fall down. I have some pics I took of them with my Fujifilm S2000HD au naturale. I think I will go get a few (pics) and post them in here, I took them in Macro.........J4c
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vurra nice.
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Its so, so beautiful... The water droplets are looking so amazing.

Great picture.
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Gorgeous image.
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