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Flowers...i will always come back to this..
May 15, 2015
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Remembered just 2 years back, I learned my basic from HERE…. my first try was Flowers… Well, they don’t really move and they are really pretty…I always love taking photos of them.

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May 18, 2015
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Beautiful shots. But i think the F-stop needs to be higher as the depth of field is very shallow.

May 21, 2015
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Beautiful, especially the second one.  Yes, a higher F-stop would increase the depth of field which would be good, although maybe you were going for the small focus area.  In the second picture in particular I think the narrow depth of field works–the center is sharp and then each progressive set of petals is slightly less in focus.  It gives it a very 3-D look.  For the third one I don’t see that because of the angle so there maybe a smaller aperture would help.  Depending on your equipment and the size of the flowers, you might have to do focus stacking or something like that to get everything in focus. 

June 22, 2015
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Thanks for sharing, Jane. You are right. Flowers are beautiful subject to practice with. This is the thing with close up photography. The closer you get to the subject, the narrower your DoF will be. I think it works on #1 and #2. On #3, there would be great to have a bit more in focus. 

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