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Spring is in Dallas too!

Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by 3stones, Apr 5, 2005.

  1. dkapp


    Mar 18, 2005
    San Francisco
    Awesome set. I really like your composition & colors.

    #1 is soothing w/ the soft tones.
    #2 is great w/ the simple colors & composition (my favorite)
    #3 was a great catch w/ the little critter. I find the background on the left a little distracting.

    Thanks for sharing. Post more if you have them.

  2. Flew


    Jan 25, 2005
    Very nice 3S. I especially lke the first.

  3. Amazing shots Stones!! I like the last shot a whole bunch!! :D  :D  :D  :D 
  4. Nice shots! The first one makes me a bit sentimental, because I recently cut most of the branches of a similar tree in my garden (entirely pink flowers, though). I hope it will have at least a few blossoms.
    Second pic is most pleasant to look at.
  5. celia bule

    celia bule Guest

    Third one is great. You can actually see the flower pollen.
  6. Good shots. #2 is my favorite for composition.
  7. Thanks all for the kind comments and suggestions.

    Although the temperature is so nice here, the wind is so strong that it has ruined most of my shots. Thanks to McClamp, which I bought recently, so that I still have a few to share with everyone.

    All my photos have EXIF but here is some additional lens info,

    1). 28-70 f2.8 AFS;
    2). 70-200 VR with canon 500D;
    3). 200mm f4 micro.
  8. Nice work! I especially like #2 & 3. How do you like the Canon 500D?

    aka beaucamera
  9. Hi Virginia,

    Thanks. 500D is very convenient. You can screw it on any telephoto lens and shoot (no lens change, it means no dust into your camera:) .

    Although it cannot replace a dedicate micro lens, it's good enough. Especially when you use it with 70-200 VR. you can still use VR and f2.8. What else do you expect? :D  :D  That's why I always carry it in my bag.
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