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Old Jul 24, 2012, 10:18 AM   #1
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Smile ....a sunflower morning

I've been too busy with the kitchen overhaul here at the home to get out with the cameras. Also, with temps in the 100+ F (actually last Fri it was 107F here) it isn't much fun even at 0800.

But I did manage to get some early morning sunflowers this past weekend.

Still, E-P3 with the Zuiko 35mm MACRO and manual exposure is my favorite setup for these kinds of images.













.....looks comfy, huh


I am going to do a 'grasshopper morning' soon.... there are so many different ones I think it might be interesting, this one from the ZD 70-300
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Old Jul 24, 2012, 11:01 AM   #2
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Great detail, nice!
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Bob said
"Still, E-P3 with the Zuiko 35mm MACRO and manual exposure is my favorite setup for these kinds of images."

Hi Bob,
That set up seems to work just fine as your images confirm.

Well done.

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Old Jul 24, 2012, 3:04 PM   #4
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By manual exposure, did you shoot these pics at a lower or higher EV?
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G'day boBB

I like 'em mate - beaut colour & sharpness ... #1 #4 #7 all grab me
As to the 107f [42C for us] - welcome to the Aussie summer temps - this is an everyday temp for us in the outback > still means it's bloody hot & uncomfortable tho

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