Back Modifications (0)
Views: 58 (27 Unique) 
Vote 27
Award Shortlist   

Take your photography to the next level and beyond...

  • NEWS

Why not join for free today?

Join for Free

Your total photography experience starts here

PortraitPro Body Out Now! Extra 10% off code EPHZ1016!


Richsr Plus
9 91 223 England
19 Oct 2007 3:53PM
Like the details and colours in this.
re manual settings depends what you are after, if its a blurred background then set your aperture to it smallest number ie 2.8 for example. Hope this helps.

Join ePHOTOzine for free and remove these adverts.

19 Oct 2007 3:55PM
Absolutely stunning colour and detail.
peugeot406 10 7 1 England
19 Oct 2007 4:07PM
Great detail and excellent colour
19 Oct 2007 4:10PM
yep i like this well done
exclusive 11 579 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2007 4:14PM
i think that the focus is off. focusing on the red part at the front of the mushroom would be more effective.
KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 167 England
19 Oct 2007 4:29PM
I love the colours you've caught the the lighting is perfect. But I think I agree with 'exclusive', the cap is slightly soft, whereas the stem is perfect. I'm not very good on f numbers, but I see Steve (Richsr) has given you some advice. I do hope you can go back and try again!!
Briwooly 10 452 5 England
19 Oct 2007 6:50PM
Some great colour in this close up Kath

imander 9 388 7 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2007 7:05PM
great job,
KBan 11 494 4 England
19 Oct 2007 8:31PM
hi Kath, where's the little Pixie?????

Keith Smile
bunbeam 11 2 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2007 10:40PM
brilliant shot, keith beat me to it, where`s the fairies?
chrissd 10 304 United Kingdom
21 Oct 2007 6:10AM
thats a beauty, havent seen many whole ones this year

manual settings depend on the conditions, I often use f5.6 to f8 and let the inbuilt meter decide the exposure and adjust either way after shooting
tepot 12 4.4k United Kingdom
17 Nov 2007 7:50PM
great colours but i would have done a little 'gardening' first, remove the odd twig and leaf for a cleaner shot, this would also let you use a greater dof to get more of your subject in focus, i do like the intense colours though, good effort.

Sign In

You must be a member to leave a comment.

ePHOTOzine, the web's friendliest photography community.

Join For Free

Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more.