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Daisies at dusk
Lens: quantaray 70-300 Camera: k20d Photo Location: Saugus Ma ISO: 400 Shutter Speed: 1/125s Aperture: F8 
Posted By: charliezap, 05-25-2010, 01:20 PM


It was getting close to dusk the other night and there wasn't any breeze and I thought I heard my wild daisies saying"shoot me."--charliezap

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05-25-2010, 03:56 PM   #2
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Love it! The first shot is fantastic!!

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Love it! The first shot is fantastic!!
Thanks Adam. One bit of information that I failed to mention is that I took the shots using the "live view" feature on the k20d mainly to see how the focus would be.==CharlieZap
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A mi también me gusta más la primera. Buena luz y un hermoso bokeh. Creo que el motivo principal ha quedado un poco centrado, le recortaría un poco por la izquierda.

Un cordial saludo

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A mi también me gusta más la primera. Buena luz y un hermoso bokeh. Creo que el motivo principal ha quedado un poco centrado, le recortaría un poco por la izquierda.

Un cordial saludo
Thanks Carlos--I see that you are a new member to the forum.Welcome aboard and enjoy..CharlieZap
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I've never tried the Live View function on my K20D but looking at these shots it obviously works well. I like both shots.
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