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Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by Roosje, Apr 24, 2007.
The Death Trap
Taken with the 18-200mmVR and Canon 500D
Another nice set! I really need to get out and work on this some too. Thanks for inspiring me.
I always love your work. Third one is exceptional.
Torben, Dave and David, thank you :smile:
The third one is sublime. Great work
WOW! Seeing these makes me wanna run out and buy one of those canon
500D thingies! Beautiful!
Very nice set of images! #3 is exceptionally beautiful.
I really like the deep tonality and comp on the first three Roosje.
#3 is VERY nice!
Thank you everyone :smile:
Excellent work, Roosje.
I find it interesting that the dandelion is perhaps the most ubiquitous weed on the planet and yet, so many photographers manage to see its beauty from so many different perspectives. In the last week, we've seen at least a dozen different photos of dandelions -- every one different and every one interesting.
Hi Roosje -
All of these have really fine separation, but your third shot blows me away.
All are very nice...but the third one is outstanding! Were they all taken with the 18-200 VR?
I especially like the first and third images. Very beautifully done. Thanks for sharing.
Excellent shots, Roosje!
Bob, Eric, Sharon and Tom thank you :smile:
Yes, all were taken with the 18-200 VR in combination with the Canon 500D close-up filter :wink: What I really like with this lens is that you can zoom in out to get the right DOF together with working with the aperature.
I agree with everything that has been said here. You definitely have "the eye" for what makes a nice composition. The clarity in the third one is amazing!
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