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Old Aug 15, 2006, 8:22 AM   #1
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Old Aug 15, 2006, 8:27 AM   #2
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Nice photo, i like the composition....]

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Old Aug 15, 2006, 8:28 AM   #3
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Good one. That really stands out.
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I find that my pictures of red and sometimes yellow flowers do not have good definition. The colors seem to blend together. This is not lack of good focus. It seems to be the camera's rendering of certain colors. Is that true or is it my perception????

The reason I bring this up is that your red flower really pops.

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Very nice !

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Thanks Shooting-Rubber !

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Thanks Dan !

Thanks Ken - I have had trouble with Red and Yellow myself. This morning glory is not quite red, more magenta. I also took this mid-morning rather than at mid-day which I find really blends reds and yellows. Thanks for looking and commenting !

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Whoops - too many clicks !
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I often find that white and yellow flower can be overly reflective compared to the background and foliage around the flower. This extreme brightness spread often leads to over exposed flowers.......but who has time to under expose the high light area while shooting.

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bill2468 wrote:
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I often find that white and yellow flower can be overly reflective compared to the background and foliage around the flower. This extreme brightness spread often leads to over exposed flowers.......but who has time to under expose the high light area while shooting.

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One thing to try, in bright sunlight,is to shade the scene with your body. One pic in sunlight and one shaded for comparison.


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