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Botanical 836A

Botanical 836A
Copyright ©2005, Randall Beaudin
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Photographer: Randall Beaudin
Folder: RanD'Art
Uploaded: 15-Jun-2005 14:47 CEST
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Camera: Olympus C5050
Exposure time: 1/50
Aperture: f3.5
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ISO: 64
White balance: Daylight
Flash: external
Image format: SHQ
Processing applied: cropped
Image resized to: 680x800

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Aperture setting

With a aperture of f3.5 the picture has a very good DOF the leaves in the front and the flower in the back are almost the same sharpness, can you explane this .

Fonzy - at 15:10 CEST on 15-Jun-2005 [Reply]

Botanical 836A

Ahh the tricks of digital photography Fons. Again kudos to your eye for detail. I just love to see what you will pick up on ;-)

Randall Beaudin at 15:28 CEST on 15-Jun-2005 [Reply]

A tricky picture ??

I see that the process applied is ?cropped ? so there is no post processing ? I would come up with a double layer picture. If not you need to help me out on this one.

Fonzy - at 20:17 CEST on 15-Jun-2005 [Reply]

Botanical 836A

You got it Fons. Good Eye on you my boy! This is two shots layered, and that's it. Bounced and Direct flash used.

Randall Beaudin at 20:31 CEST on 15-Jun-2005 [Reply]

Botanical 836A

Thanks to you and other guys I am learning quit a bit, this is a new field to explore. Thanks for the explanation.

Fonzy - at 20:53 CEST on 15-Jun-2005 [Reply]


Another excellently composed and lit shot.

Phil Battersby at 09:21 CEST on 16-Jun-2005 [Reply]

Botanical 836A

Thanks Phil. This plant is known in these parts as HOSTA and I have always been intrigued by the twist and weird bends in the leaves of these plants. Glad you like. Regards,

Randall Beaudin at 15:21 CEST on 16-Jun-2005 [Reply]