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One Puff and it's Gone

By AdrianTurner  
A different take on the dandelion seed head shot. Just experimenting with lens, tube and flash combinations.

Used a 16-35mm lens with a 21mm extension tube allowing me to get in very close and to give an extremely shallow DoF causing the outer part of the seed head to become translucent. 550EX flash mounted on camera plus a Pentax Extraflash positioned below, left and behind the subject.

Not sure if this works, Ill let you be the judges, all comments; good, bad and indifferent very much appreciated.

Adrian.

Tags: Close-up and macro

Voters: lukey, yellow angel, Its_Raining and 8 more


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Comments


ReidFJR 11 310 United Kingdom
7 May 2005 1:12PM
Interestin effect - i like it - F

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Bluke 11 303 1 United Kingdom
7 May 2005 1:12PM
It works ,,,, great shot ...well done ................... babs
solkku 11 25
7 May 2005 1:33PM
What a great closeup! I love the details and the composition. Very well done! Clicked.

Paavo
denka 11 7 Finland
7 May 2005 1:40PM
It works for me. I like the "foggy" look on it in the middle. The detailes & light are great. click

denka
mattberry 11 259 14 England
7 May 2005 1:56PM
I think it works very well, you've created something artistic and in my opinion beautiful from a simple dandelion. It makes me think of water shooting out in jets from a fountain.

Well done!

Matt
AdrianTurner 11 350 Wales
7 May 2005 2:03PM
Thanks everyone for your encouraging words.

Matt, the water jet analogy hadnt struck me until you pointed it out, youre right.

Adrian.
steve5452 11 15 United Kingdom
7 May 2005 2:18PM
Very nice effect and it looks great in the larger version. Click [:o)
willbrealey 11 248
7 May 2005 4:28PM
It has to be seen in the larger version to appreciate it. Very nice close up.

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