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 Post subject: Close-up Dandelion
PostPosted: Wed Nov 10, 2010 3:05 am 
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Hi All

Had to give it a go, CC welcome.


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Shot with a Nikon D330s
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 10, 2010 5:20 pm 
For the first one, be careful not to cut out the edges of the dandelion, that ruins it for me Im afraid.

The second one is just a little bit boring in my opinion, and doesnt have much of a 'punchline' to it. Theres just so much blue sky.

I really like the last one though, nice shot! Although maybe throwing the brown central bit into one of the corners a little more might have made it even better.

All in all nice shots though :)


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Very nice! I've also taken a picture of a dandelion:

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Sorry for the dust on the picture, I scanned a print.

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Hi Guys,

Thank you for the advice, feedback and sharing of photo. Definitely something’s to take note of when shooting macro, ensure nothing is cut off and the framing of photo.

Thank You.

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Good pictures, like the light in second and the nice pattern in third.


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The 2nd one is very nice!

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