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Photographer  Roy Hooper {Karma:899}
Project N/A Camera Model Canon EOS 10D
Categories Macro
Florals
Film Format
Portfolio Nature and Floral
Lens Tamron SP 90/2.8
Uploaded 8/16/2004 Film / Memory Type Sandsk 1GB Extreme
    ISO / Film Speed 0
Views 567 Shutter
Favorites Aperture f/
Critiques 10 Rating
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Location City - 
State - 
Country - Canada   Canada
About Macro shot of a flower.
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Gerry Pacher Gerry Pacher   {K:7303} 8/16/2004
Dear Roy,

this is a fantastic macro composition. Really great work.

Regards, Gerry

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Bob Jarman Bob Jarman   {K:3145} 8/16/2004
Very cool Roy! I need to get a macro, but I don't think I have the patience.

I like this a lot!

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Enjoy    {K:16125} 8/16/2004
Beautiful soft macro..well done..great angle..

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Mary Sue Hayward   {K:17558} 8/16/2004
Thanks for the detailed info, Roy. Very generous of you!

In terms of your second, yellower, version, I still like the original best. It has a delicacy and a naturalness that seems more accessible to me.

When making my original comment, I did not realize that this was a 3 sec exposure. Nice work!!

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Roy Hooper   {K:899} 8/16/2004
Mary sue, the only post-processing I did was to bump the levels up about 0.65 stops. I did essentially no post-processing. I believe the softness is partly from the camera, partly from the lens being at F/32, and partly from a tiny bit of natural motion/vibration during the 3s exposure. I even forgot to change the white balance from auto to cloudy! The image inline in the comments is with +0.05 post-processing exposure (+0.6 stop exposure compensation in camera) and set to cloudy white balance, and closely resembles the original saturation of the flower.

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Darrell Larose Darrell Larose   {K:736} 8/16/2004
This would be a great slide, as the projected image would certainly jump off the screen at the viewer.

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Roy Hooper   {K:899} 8/16/2004
Maybe a bit yellower? :)

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Darrell Larose Darrell Larose   {K:736} 8/16/2004
It's certainly fits the title. I would like to see the center a bit sharper, and maybe 10-15% darker just to retain some more detail in the highlights.

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Terrence Kent   {K:7023} 8/16/2004
agreed, its a dreamy martian landscape of brobdingnagian allusions~

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Mary Sue Hayward   {K:17558} 8/16/2004
Reminds me of a buttery sunny-side-up egg! The softness adds a dreamy quality to this image and the framing works well.

What kind of post-processing did you do, if any? It has a painterly quality that is mesmerizing.

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