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Mar 15, 2009 20:42 |  #1

If your only comment is regarding my watermark, kindly do not remark. :cool:




  
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Mar 16, 2009 00:50 |  #2

Beautiful pic, suggestion would be to bump the contrast a bit, and shoot an area with less droplets, the overwhelming amount is distracting :)




  
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Mar 16, 2009 12:11 |  #3

I like the fact there are many droplets, it like having extra pictures in the picture. Nice job!


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Mar 16, 2009 14:31 |  #4

Michael Vermont wrote in post #7531724 (external link)
shoot an area with less droplets, the overwhelming amount is distracting :)

How can you tell?:confused:
I do like the picture, I can almost see.;)


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Mar 16, 2009 20:26 |  #5

Nice work, I love it!


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Mar 18, 2009 21:09 |  #6

When I was taking these photos, I didn't realize how the water droplets reversed the green color of the branch to red. A very nice surprise.

Taken with my 5D, Sigma 150mm macro, iso400, f14, 1/10 shutter speed, tripod, manual focus, MLU, cable release last April.




  
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