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01-08-2017, 01:59 PM - 13 Likes   #1
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And now for something different

One of our surviving Eater Lily's from last year started blooming last week, here are a couple images:




Q-S1 and 01 lens

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VERY nice! Maybe a sign that spring isn't too far away......
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Superb, Heinrich. Beautiful flower and extremely-well-executed shots.
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Superb. They just confirm again that FF is not a must for great shots.
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Beautiful images, although from the thread title I was kinda expecting to see a man with a tape recorder up his nose.
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QuoteOriginally posted by forensicscientist Quote
VERY nice! Maybe a sign that spring isn't too far away......
Thank you, -24C this morning and couple more inches of snow.........

QuoteOriginally posted by BigMackCam Quote
Superb, Heinrich. Beautiful flower and extremely-well-executed shots.
Thank you for the kind remarks.

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Superb
Thank you.

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Superb. They just confirm again that FF is not a must for great shots.
Thank you kindly.

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Beautiful images, although from the thread title I was kinda expecting to see a man with a tape recorder up his nose.
Thank you, the title was referring to my two previous posts.
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Nice!

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Beautiful...
Is this outdoor? How is the lighting done?
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Nice!
Thank you.

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Beautiful...
Is this outdoor? How is the lighting done?
Thank you, it's indoors, (outdoors it's -25 C right now) background is black foam board, natural window light plus fill light from native flash.
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Thank you Heinrich, I really liked those highlights on the petal.
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Very nice indeed, but honestly it's not the larch I was expecting it to be.

Also got me to realise I should do more indoor shooting, I've been slacking lately.
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Thank you Heinrich, I really liked those highlights on the petal.
Thanks again

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Very nice indeed, but honestly it's not the larch I was expecting it to be.

Also got me to realise I should do more indoor shooting, I've been slacking lately.
Thank you kindly, this time of year indoors is good.
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Lovely photos.
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Lovely photos.
Thank you Tom.
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