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Dandelion

By Lakeyw  
A close-up shot of a dandelion!

Tags: Wildlife Nature Macro Flower Close-up Dandelion Plants Close-up and macro Weed

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lobski 5 2 1 Philippines
30 Jun 2011 10:40AM
amazing shot!

Fred Grin

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Chinga Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2011 12:08PM
It's a WOW from me!
IB
banehawi Plus
12 1.4k 3494 Canada
30 Jun 2011 12:51PM
A good shot Lakey. Its focused very well and sharp.

the colour is a little less white than it should be, and that due to a very slight underexposure. It can hap[pen when shooting a subject with a bright white that you may need to apply a small amount of positive exposure compensation, perhaps a +1/3 for this one.

Ive loaded a mod to show what I mean and also cropped a little from the sides.



regards


Willie
pamelajean Plus
10 964 1824 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2011 3:43PM
Hello, Lakey, nice detail on the dandelion seedhead. I agree with Willie about the darkness of your subject. I think it's a shame that you couldn't get the whole of the head inside your frame, there is some missing at the bottom. However, your background looks good, very subtle.
Pamela.
Lakeyw 5 Bhutan
1 Jul 2011 4:14AM
Hello everyone,

Many thanks for your feedback, as usual! And Willie, and Pamela for your advice - I am wiser by another technique! (^_^) Thanks.

Regards,

Lakey
paulbroad 9 114 1045 United Kingdom
1 Jul 2011 4:18PM
A perfectly good close up image of a Dandelion seed head. Such images move to a new dimension with a bit of dramatic lighting, particularly from the rear quadrant. Sunlight or a flash on an extension lead can make a good image great.

Paul

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