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Old Nov 20, 2010, 2:17 AM   #1
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These are shots I took the last months, when the light was golden and the weather was great

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It's german- but you can check out the pics easily

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Old Nov 20, 2010, 2:23 AM   #2
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The first flower and the mushroom, the bokeh looks a little strange. And it distracts my attention form the main subject.

But I really like the far focus on the purple flower and sky and mountain background. It works with the flower oof.

I like the reflection of the mountain in the lake shot.

The Macro of the leaf is nice, you capture the colors well.
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The first flow and the mushroom, the bokeh looks a little strange. And it distracts my attention form the main subject.

But I really like the far focus on the purple flow and sky and mountain background. It works with the flower oof.

I like the reflection of the mountain in the lake shot.

The Macro of the leaf is nice, you capture the colors well.
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The last one is the best for me. I dont like the DOF on the other pictures. The distance in the second one is to near to the flower. At the fourth one, ten steps more to the left and you may have the top of the mountain in the lake.

PS: Gre ins Pitztal :-)
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Hi Maggo,
Love this set, 1 is my Fave. it's so majic and dreamy, happy. I could look at that for ages. I need a big one of those onmy wall for all those rainy days.
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Old Nov 21, 2010, 3:25 AM   #6
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The last one is the best for me. I dont like the DOF on the other pictures. The distance in the second one is to near to the flower. At the fourth one, ten steps more to the left and you may have the top of the mountain in the lake.

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Thank you Juggernauter - these where all different tries of different styles: DOF, foreground inclusion and so on, so thank you vor your opinion

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Hi Maggo,
Love this set, 1 is my Fave. it's so majic and dreamy, happy. I could look at that for ages. I need a big one of those onmy wall for all those rainy days.
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Hey Condorman, really appreciate your kind words about the first one - that feelings you describe are exactly what a want to convey with this shot so... success
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Markus, Keep up the imaginative experimentation.
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