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A family of little mushrooms

A family of little mushrooms
Copyright ©2010, Victor Biefnot
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These little ones (about one inch in real live!) were growing up on the ground of a bonzai of mine. By chance I perceived them at the right time and...

Photographer: Victor Biefnot
Folder: Others
Uploaded: 28-Apr-2010 13:58 CEST
Current Rating: 7.00/2
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Camera: Olympus E500
Exposure time: 1/2 second
Aperture: f:8 - 0,3
Focal length: 70mm
Lens: 35 f:3,5 macro
Focusing method: iESP
ISO: 100
White balance: Clouds
Flash: no
Image format: SHQ
Processing applied: Sharpening - colour treatment respecting the reality. Crop
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Image resized to: 505x733

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A lovely picture of these, er, growths.
The foreground one being in nice focus means that the others are fine out of focus and it is a pleasing shot.
Mike

Mike Bywater at 00:27 CEST on 29-Apr-2010 [Reply]

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I like the yellow mushroom on the brown background, but the image has some weaknesses. That out of focus yellow mushroom to the right should be cropped away, because it disturbs the composition.

The blurred background looks weird, as if the camera had some problems. It's a strange blurriness, as if it contained noise or the blacks had been burnt. The background looks noisy, which is strange because according to the data the image was taken at ISO 100.

Alfred Molon at 01:20 CEST on 02-May-2010 [Reply]

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Alfred Molon wrote:
> I like the yellow mushroom on the brown background, but the image has some weaknesses. That
> out of focus yellow mushroom to the right should be cropped away, because it disturbs the
> composition.
>
> The blurred background looks weird, as if the camera had some problems. It's a strange blurriness,
> as if it contained noise or the blacks had been burnt. The background looks noisy, which is
> strange because according to the data the image was taken at ISO 100.
>
Thanks for comment and advice. In my opinion it's de right way to us for getting progress.
My best regards.

Victor Biefnot at 23:37 CEST on 09-May-2010 [Reply]