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Lordje Jan 28, 2012 10:33 AM

Some flowers in winter condition
 
Nothing really stunning, just some flowers in their condition due winter time.

E3, 14-54 II @ 33mm F4,0 ISO800
http://users.telenet.be/testbase/Steve/FW0.jpg

E3, 14-54 II @ 40mm F3,2 ISO800
http://users.telenet.be/testbase/Steve/FW1.jpg

E3, 14-54 II + EX-25 @ 54mm F3,5 MF ISO800
http://users.telenet.be/testbase/Steve/FW2.jpg

Scouse Jan 28, 2012 11:23 AM

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Definitely winter isn't it???
I do like that second one, hope you don't mind but I touched and cropped it a little. Mainly to make the flowers more of the focal point.

boBBrennan Jan 28, 2012 2:16 PM

....definitely the leave-dripping-water directs attention, I like that very much.

Steven R Jan 28, 2012 5:41 PM

Hi Lordje. You are putting that 14-54 to good use. Good job. Also, I like the way Scouse touched up that shot. The shots definitely provide a sense of an overcast day, and the water on the leaf emphasizes that it was a cloudy day. The shots do provide a sense of a winter mood.

MarceloLI Jan 28, 2012 10:48 PM

Nice series, the 14-54mm is a sharp lens,maybe the sharpest of my collection.

Thank you for posting.

Marcelo

Lordje Jan 29, 2012 5:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Scouse (Post 1281333)
Definitely winter isn't it???
I do like that second one, hope you don't mind but I touched and cropped it a little. Mainly to make the flowers more of the focal point.

Hi Ken,
Thank you for cropping and touching up the picture up a bit. Your version looks indeed a lot better.

Quote:

Originally Posted by boBBrennan (Post 1281371)
....definitely the leave-dripping-water directs attention, I like that very much.

Hi Bob,
Thank you for your point of view, really appreciate it.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Steven R (Post 1281396)
Hi Lordje. You are putting that 14-54 to good use. Good job. Also, I like the way Scouse touched up that shot. The shots definitely provide a sense of an overcast day, and the water on the leaf emphasizes that it was a cloudy day. The shots do provide a sense of a winter mood.

Hi Steve,
Thank you for your comments. I was not that sure about myself with these pictures.

Quote:

Originally Posted by MarceloLI (Post 1281439)
Nice series, the 14-54mm is a sharp lens,maybe the sharpest of my collection.

Thank you for posting.

Marcelo

I believe also that the 14-54 II is very sharp. I have read a test between the kit lens, 14-54 V1, 14-54 II and the 12-60. The 14-54 was the sharpest. If you should have interests in this test you can find here LINK

Thank you very much for your input!


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