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Holidays Season Flowers - 2

Holidays Season Flowers - 2
Copyright ©2005, Sergey Green
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Photographer: Sergey Green
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Uploaded: 22-Dec-2005 11:40 CET
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Camera: Olympus E500
Exposure time: 1/5 s
Aperture: F/3.5
Focal length: 54 mm
Lens: 14-54
Focusing method: iESP P-AF
ISO: 100
White balance: Auto
Flash: no
Image format: RAW
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Image resized to: 682x900

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Nice picture from this two flowers you posted, it look as if it is a rose but I don?t think so.
The tonality is very soft and captured very well.

regards,

ps. Maybe you can add a few water drops...;-)

Fonzy - at 21:38 CET on 22-Dec-2005 [Reply]

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I agree with Fons - I think they are Azaleas....regards bevellee

Bevellee Bryceson at 01:10 CET on 23-Dec-2005 [Reply]

Holidays Season Flowers - 2

Fons van Swaal wrote:
> Nice picture from this two flowers you posted, it look as if it is a rose but I don?t think so.
> The tonality is very soft and captured very well.
>
> regards,
>
> ps. Maybe you can add a few water drops...;-)
>

Thanks Fons,

No, it is not a rose. I do not even believe it can grow here in Austria without human assistance. I added few water drops today, just for experiment sake. I was also experimenting with the DOF, but I think I like it better when not everything is in focus. Perhaps it would be different with roses.

On that rose of yours, where I commented with "no comment", did you cut the background out? It looks almost like on a cover of some glamour magazine. I was waiting for winter to try snow, but now I think I am waiting for summer again, to go and try E-500 in bright live colors.

- Sergey

Sergey Green at 22:33 CET on 23-Dec-2005 [Reply]

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This new posting is much better than the one before, not only that you added some drops ( what I like) but the composition , sharpness and background are just wonderful.
Like it very much, this is a 10 for me.......

About the back ground of my rose picture:
I created it with a black cloth , nothing more nothing less. The red rose is a fresh cut rose from the store set up in a vase in front of the background .
Added some water drops and shot 3 pictures with different settings of aperture, lightning was just a 40 watt bulb lamp
Back ground cloth about 30cm away from the rose...

regards,

Fonzy - at 10:11 CET on 24-Dec-2005 [Reply]