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Bells

By martinl    
That time of year again by the looks of things!

Thought this might be sufficiently different to the norm for a bell shot!

Slightly helped out by PS as needed to blur the b/g a bit more to get the effect I wanted, as my lens doesn't have a large enough aperture to get this completely in camera! Bombs Away!
Wink

Tags: Park Bluebells Flowers and plants Sheffield Woolley woods

Voters: nicedayout, MalcolmS, zapar40 and 14 more


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Comments


24 Apr 2012 6:49PM
great lighting lovely. Jamie

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BillyGoatGruff 9 191 199 England
24 Apr 2012 7:56PM
Weird composition....I like it...but then I am fairly weird according to some Wink

There is actually a good panoramic lurking in here, should you feel the urge...Smile

Bill
martinl 12 264 2 United Kingdom
24 Apr 2012 8:15PM
Have a peep at the variants now Bill.
Any good?
24 Apr 2012 8:19PM
V2 for me
Jenni
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6 99 83 England
24 Apr 2012 8:44PM
I wasn't sure this worked but V2 definitely does.
Phil
martinl 12 264 2 United Kingdom
25 Apr 2012 9:46AM
Cheers for the feedback folks. I knew this would be a challenging composition, which is why I posted it, as I didn't just want to post the normal type bluebell shot.

Yes the Pan crop does work and I like the cropped shot, but I still like the original, as I think it make you work just that bit harder, and it's kinda different to the type of stuff i usually post.
Smile
martin.w 14 406 22 United Kingdom
25 Apr 2012 8:03PM
My kinda bluebell shot as I like different. Like the crop too.....though I might have cropped even further from the top to the level where the blue starts. Wink
dp 12 163 3 United Kingdom
25 Apr 2012 8:07PM
V1 for me Martin.

Dave
h4rsx 6 17 5 United Kingdom
30 Apr 2012 12:12PM
Both work well in my opinion mate. And a lovely shot. Always good to challenge yourself with something a little different and in this case its paid off nicely. Wink
Steve-T 9 53 66 England
1 May 2012 9:36PM
V2 makes the better composition and click for trying something different Smile Steve

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