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Random snapshot that I was pleasently surprised with. Was trying to capture the shape and shading of the flower.
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It's all about the lines...
This is a lovely, colourful, cheerful abstract. Without a title, I'd wonder what it was, but not fret, because of the gentle beauty.
Tiny depth of field doesn't matter, making it pure shapes, not a direct representation.
And I love the utterly misleading EXIF data! You and I know why: others may have to work it out...
An old lens used on aperture priority setting with no auto info link. Hence f1.
Super composition, and use of portrait, I just wish that leading petal edge was sharper. It's the nearest thing to us, it's what we should feel we could reach out and touch.
Oooh - not sure what happened with the Exif data there!! There was no mislead intended I assure you xx
I believe it was on Manual all the way at F 2.8.
Mrs WoolyBill - I do agree - I wish it was shaper too!
It happens with EXIF data when you use a lens that is not chipped for feeding info to the camera.
There's no fault involved: use an older lens, nad you will get this (along with having to use it more or less totally manually...)
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