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Lens: Nikon 18~70mm Lens Camera: Nikon D200 Photo Location: Sherwood Forest. ISO: 1600 Shutter Speed: 1/125s Aperture: F14 
Posted By: Tonytee, 06-01-2018, 05:03 PM



Focal Length @ 70mm, Manual Exposure Mode, Exp., Bias @ 2EV, No flash and used Spot Metering.

Thanks for viewing.

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06-01-2018, 05:36 PM   #2
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this is quite a nice image! well done!
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this is quite a nice image! well done!
Thank you very much. A little trouble with the blown out colors. (

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Subtracting points for using Nikon.

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Subtracting points for using Nikon.

Thanks for the deducts. I need the encouragement. )

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Good the flowers, are they roses? Curious them. The all the best and sharing. cheers.
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Double flowers are tough nut to crack! Composition, background and balancing colors. But you've made it. Anyway, do not forget to make something to background objects as they have tendency to distract watchers attention.
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P.S. Reading DW58's remark I've understood at last why toy Panasonic is not enough!
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Double flowers are tough nut to crack! Composition, background and balancing colors. But you've made it. Anyway, do not forget to make something to background objects as they have tendency to distract watchers attention.
Cheers

P.S. Reading DW58's remark I've understood at last why toy Panasonic is not enough!

Here is an issue that I will comment on: What is a distraction? A distraction is something that does not belong in a photograph. For example if you were a shooter of models working outdoors and someone with a lampshade on his head manages to get into the photograph just as you click the shutter, that is a distraction. As far as the other flowers in this photograph, they are a part of the shot and therefore, not a distraction. One could even say that Bokeh is a distraction if you have to pull your eyes off of the subject in order to check it out.

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