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foxcub6 Sep 24, 2007 4:59 PM

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Hi all here are a few more close ups i shot at the Botanic Gardens

foxcub6 Sep 24, 2007 4:59 PM

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i thought the red came out well in this shot

nickphoto123 Sep 24, 2007 6:30 PM

Very nice shots.

Your composition in #1 leads me to ask 'what does the underside look like', thus grabbing my interest in the image.

In #2, I am looking for a whole flower but as I look at your image, I then realize the grouping of 3 flowers, each a part, makes a wonderful 'whole'.

More, please.

Nicholas



Tullio Sep 24, 2007 11:58 PM

I agree with Nick's comments. I also agree with your comment about the red flowers shot, they came out very nice indeed. Red flowers are extremely difficult to photograph. Usually you end up with a red blob. In this case, one can see the details on the petals. It appears that the flower was in total shade, which I think helped quite a bit with the exposure. In any case, great job!

foxcub6 Sep 25, 2007 10:17 AM

thanks for your comments guys ,i think this forum is very good as we can get different ideas from each other across the globe. The comment from Tullio dare i say means alot as he is not a fan of the H9 as we know but he is certainly entitled to his opinion good or bad, that what life is about and may we all keep learning . I will try and look ot some more photos to post Nick are you still as happy with your H9 now you have purchased the Canon.

Tullio Sep 25, 2007 5:41 PM

Foxcub, I have absolutely no brand loyalty (although I do have preference for some brands over others). I really like Sony cameras but, as you noticed, I'm very disappointed with theH9 performance at the long range of the zoom. However, I also acknowledge the fact that the H9 can produce very nice macro, full WA and up to about 12x zoomimages.


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