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Old Apr 7, 2012, 2:08 PM   #1
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... or wild flower? E-620 w/18-50mm & OCF.

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Old Apr 9, 2012, 8:36 AM   #2
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I have no idea, but it looks like it belongs in the daisy family of flowers. Nice capture.
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I have no idea, but it looks like it belongs in the daisy family of flowers. Nice capture.
Thanks, Steve. Anni says it's a fleabane. Depending on your viewpoint, it could go either way.
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That is a very very sharp picture Gary.
But what does OCF mean?
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That is a very very sharp picture Gary.
But what does OCF mean?
Thanks, Lordje. OCF = Off Camera Flash
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Perfect, just perfect and by using the flash you made the background go black which adds beautiful contrast to the subject, very nicely done!

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Perfect, just perfect and by using the flash you made the background go black which adds beautiful contrast to the subject, very nicely done!

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Thanks very much, Jim. Actually, I shot this against black velvet.
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