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Oct 29, 2007 05:23 |  #1

few shots from today...

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Oct 29, 2007 05:27 |  #2

The buttercup rocks :)


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Oct 29, 2007 05:52 |  #3

^ mucho agreement.




  
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Oct 29, 2007 13:39 |  #4

^^ thirded :)

Also love the colours in the fern one, very soothing and muted.

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Oct 29, 2007 16:19 |  #5

I'm not one for flower shots, so take anything I say here with a pinch of salt. None of them smack me in the face and make me say 'wow!' but there's a certain deftness and delicacy in how you've shot them that is exceptional. You could tell a woman took these, they've the feminine touch and considered view. And from experience working with a talented lady photographer who took four years to get a small bunch of shots which showed that, I know that's a very hard thing to do.

From a purely technical impact point of view, the buttercup does indeed rock big conkers.


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Oct 29, 2007 16:30 |  #6

I much prefer your landscape shots in the other thread, but I don't mind the fern, and the buttercup is quite nice :)


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Oct 29, 2007 18:51 |  #7

These shots are awsome, great work. Thanks for sharing.


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Oct 29, 2007 19:17 |  #8

The buttercup is my choice.


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Oct 30, 2007 14:25 |  #9

I like the butter cup shot too - its isolation is very good. However, the butter cup would be better if you could see its face.. the other 3 are hmm bland.


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Oct 31, 2007 12:43 |  #10

These are outstanding captures!


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