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crocus in morning sun
March 7, 2013
4:26 pm
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March 9, 2013
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gerard,

nice shots. I think, my opinion on my primary learning experience, it is a bit over exposed.. may be it is late morning when the light gets harder.. or did you use a flash also?
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March 9, 2013
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In your face bright colours!
Personally, I would tone it down slightly
but I know that shooting flowers in bright
light can produce images like these.
Good shots while dealing with very bright lighting.
Dale.

March 9, 2013
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thanks for your comments, and yes jaydev it was taken late in the morning on a stunningly bright clear day, which does’nt happen too often here .
and no the flash was not used.
thanks also dale, i love in your face bright colours sometimes too much sooEmbarassed im only begining in photography and getting the hang of things so all your comments are much appreciated thanks.

March 15, 2013
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I would like to bring everything in focus in the first pic or just the inner core of the flower….and as all my friends have said about overexposure it can be taken care of in the post production…try front different angles which would really help you with learning!!!Smile

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