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RobertG
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Apr 24, 2001 11:26 |  #1

TomW you've seen this one :)

One I've posted around using the Canon 1.5X tele with a +5 closeup.

I just can't figure out how to embed images !:(


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Eric ­ F.
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Apr 24, 2001 18:25 |  #2

Robert,

Nice picture. I am not familar with that type of flower, is it that blue color, or have you helped it? It really doesn't matter it is a very pretty color, my favorite.

The Process on how to imbed a photo is under HELP above. you will need to put brackets and img before and after.

Here is your picture, when I asked this question a couple of weeks ago, pekka said that you can press edit to see how it works. I don't see it now! :)

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RobertG
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Apr 24, 2001 18:53 |  #3

Thanks Eric!

yes that is the blue of the flower. i have only adjusted levels...not even sharpened it.
(levels did make the blue slightly more pronounced, but not significantly different)


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Rick
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Apr 24, 2001 20:24 |  #4

Great shot, beautiful colors, it almost looks like you have motion in the background. Very nice!

Rick




  
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Eric ­ F.
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Apr 25, 2001 10:10 |  #5

Your welcome Robert.

Now lets see some more great pictures!!

I have found that the most impressive changes that I can make to flowers is to sharpen them. It makes the viens show and the margins




  
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Matthias
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Apr 25, 2001 11:40 |  #6

hi eric,

here is mine...:-)
I think it is very sharp and have a 3D feeling.
Matthias


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