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Assorted Flowers

Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by Ron Reznick, Jul 6, 2007.

  1. Hi gang!

    I've put up an indexed folder with 100 assorted flower shots from various cameras and lenses (EXIF is intact)... the folder is here:

    http://www.digital-images.net/temp/Asst_Flowers

    some examples (click landscape images for optimum rendering):

    Tulip, D1 (orig), 80-400VR @ 400mm, f/8
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    Red Plum, D1h, 135/2DC @ f/5.6
    [​IMG]

    Anthurium, D1x, 200 Micro @ f/11
    [​IMG]

    Purple Coneflower, D2H, 200 Micro @ f/8
    [​IMG]

    Rose, D2Hs, 135/2DC @ f/4
    [​IMG]

    Tulips, D2Hs, 105VR Micro @ f/8
    [​IMG]

    Daisy, D2x, 200 Micro @ f/8
    [​IMG]

    Snapdragons, D2x, 60 Micro @ f/8
    [​IMG]

    Again, the Folder is here:

    http://www.digital-images.net/temp/Asst_Flowers

    I hope you enjoy these...

    Ron
     
  2. Chris101

    Chris101

    Feb 2, 2005
    Arizona
    This set is beautiful Ron! The colors and forms are just astounding. Thanks for bringing them here. Nearly every flower in Phoenix is wilted by now, and I miss 'em. Are all of these from California?
     
  3. Hi Chris,

    Yep... all of these were shot in California (at various times, of course). If you have time, wander around that folder -- considering that I only put 100 in there, it's pretty comprehensive.

    Thanks for the compliment :^)

    Ron
     
  4. bobarue

    bobarue

    434
    Aug 9, 2005
    Louisiana
    Thanks for sharing, Ron. Boy, the tulip is an oldie but a goodie. You haven't had the 80-400 for a while now.
     
  5. flynnj

    flynnj

    25
    Jun 26, 2007
    Dallas, TX
    Very well done!

    Regards!

    J.
     
  6. excellent as always........

    You had to make me think about my old 200 Micro that I sold.....huh?

    GenoP
     
  7. Lovely shots, and a nice demonstration of preserving the red channel.
     
  8. SSchex

    SSchex

    May 18, 2005
    Louisiana, USA
    Great shots!
     
  9. Gale

    Gale

    978
    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Beautiful
    Especially the rose
     
  10. Beautiful shots, Ron. I agree with Gale, the rose is my favorite.
     
  11. I am not a big fan of roses in my garden, but your shot is lovely!
     
  12. Randy

    Randy

    May 11, 2006
    i like the rose alot
     
  13. Ron,

    Those are wonderful, as I expect when I look at your images.:smile:

    The reds look a little too hot in the tulip shot however, like you lost some detail in the red channel. I checked in PS, and sure enough the red channel shows a largish spike on the right.

    Was that by design? I remember from your e-book that you talk at fair length about avoiding clipping of saturated colors.


    Duncan C
    ---
     
  14. Ron, what an awesome series! The colors are spectacular. Love the detail in every one. The tulips and coneflower really stand out for me. Thanks for sharing these (and the album).
     
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