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: Coneflowers :

Taken in the neighborhood.

Canon EOS D30
1/60s f/5.6 at 135.0mm iso100 with Flash full exif

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Guest 24-Aug-2005 07:22
yep, I wasn't sure form the thumbnail if one of the images were going to be in focus, looking in larger view, my feeling, imho, is that there should be focus on one or the other flowers, if there was , I would absolutely love this image, the colors are beautful and I love the background .
Guest 23-May-2005 21:20
Hi Rene - whether it has a flower in focus or not, its a photo that wants to be looked at. Its colourful and is well balanced. keep the quality coming. Mik : )
gina_dl15-Mar-2005 16:31
I also like the composition of this crop. Colours are ok but I agree the oof is too little to be artsy LOL en to much too be sharp. There is no real focuspoint now
Mike Curtis10-Mar-2005 20:54
Color and composition are awesome. It's a bit too OOF for my taste. I agree with the others, it should at least have one flower in focus.
Rene Hales08-Jan-2005 19:54
I agree with you, it would have been better if at least one of the flowers had been in sharp focus. Actually there was another piece of a flower in between on the left side. I stamped it out in photoshop. It probably was the item that was in focus. This was before I took a macro course and got a macro lens. I think that has imporoved my flower shots. Thanks for your kind and thoughtful comments.--Rene
Guest 07-Jan-2005 23:29
I like the colour and the composition of this, the partial flower at the from helps your eye through, but I think it would maybe have been better if the second flower was totally sharp. Did you deliberately aim to have half of each flower sharp? If so why? Never taken plant/flower pictures but will have to think about trying, you have some lovely images.