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Lillian Plus
7 21 17 United Kingdom
9 Apr 2010 10:27AM
Joan, love the sunshine on these double snowdrops, and what a vast amount you had to chose from in V2 my verdict..yes, good to see and nicely detailed
Lillian

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astyag 9 12
9 Apr 2010 10:35AM
V1 is great and V2 shows how hard it was for you to chose V1!
Astyag
EAS 7 1 13 Scotland
9 Apr 2010 10:37AM
Lovely light in V1. Good to see the setting in V2, but after some thought, V1 for me today.

Ann
9 Apr 2010 10:40AM
V1 is just wonderful
V2 shows it all
andylea 7 37 1 United Kingdom
9 Apr 2010 10:59AM
two wondeful captures joan v1 for me today cracking detail and colours nice one Wink
andy

Quote:Lovely light in V1. Good to see the setting in V2, but after some thought, V1 for me today.

Ann


I agree.
Steve
cantona43 Plus
11 924 4 England
9 Apr 2010 1:59PM
two superb shots fantastic light
Neil
Oliverpants 7 2 2 England
9 Apr 2010 2:06PM
Very lovely in the sunlight. Ann
9 Apr 2010 2:43PM
two great shot nice light but a bit to light i think in v1
jj
Adderwatcher 7 60 19 United Kingdom
9 Apr 2010 2:48PM
Agree with john about too much light in V1 (loses some of the detail) but these are still two excellent captures Joan.
Scott
9 Apr 2010 3:24PM
Teo beautiful shots, Joan.
Regards, Evgenya
colmar 9 42 35 Scotland
9 Apr 2010 3:54PM
Two grand images indeed but as with the majority I have to go for the compositional shot in v1 grand indeed Colin
goso 10 2 1 Australia
9 Apr 2010 5:53PM
Vers.1 for me Joan - good work...Bill
9 Apr 2010 6:37PM
Two lovely captures, v1 for me.
Christine
Vince_S 6 10 England
9 Apr 2010 8:46PM
Two good shots. V1 for me though it does look a little blown out in one or two places.
Vince
9 Apr 2010 9:00PM
Slightly bright on the whites Joan but great images.
Tony
Anjantoo 8 7 1 England
9 Apr 2010 10:04PM
I prefer V1 just becasue it shows more detail...pleased to give you the 30th vote!
Jann
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Gezina 9 3 6 United Kingdom
9 Apr 2010 10:37PM
Oh goodness there is always one and this time it is me, I would have liked a lower point of view in V1 and also very difficult to take white flowers in direct sunlight - I'm afraid you've overexposed in V1, may I suggest that you either take these shot early morning or later afternoon or create your own shadow i.e blocking the direct sunlight on the flowers out by using your camera bag,coat etc - that way you get a more even exposure and can capture all the wonderful detail- sorry Joan my opinion only and not wishing to offend at all - Ina
danbrann Plus
12 620 17
10 Apr 2010 9:28AM
Joan I tend yo agree with the above comment but if we don't ask for opinions how will we ever find out. Keep at it and you will get there.
10 Apr 2010 9:30AM
v1 for me very well captured.
gerrymac 9 10 1 United Kingdom
10 Apr 2010 12:33PM
Gezina said it all....v1 is nicely composed tho'
Gerry
EMJAYCEE Plus
7 9 10 England
10 Apr 2010 1:21PM
Many thanks for the helpful suggestions - Live and Learn.
Joan.
ringyneck 9 315 18 United Kingdom
10 Apr 2010 1:45PM

Quote:Oh goodness there is always one and this time it is me, I would have liked a lower point of view in V1 and also very difficult to take white flowers in direct sunlight - I'm afraid you've overexposed in V1, may I suggest that you either take these shot early morning or later afternoon or create your own shadow i.e blocking the direct sunlight on the flowers out by using your camera bag,coat etc - that way you get a more even exposure and can capture all the wonderful detail- sorry Joan my opinion only and not wishing to offend at all - Ina


Snowdrops are such pretty flowers ...BUT...I have not seen a shot that conveys this.
This is one reason I have not attempted to phot them.
INAhas said it all really with some brilliant tips to help all of us.

If I was tempted to take a Snowdrop it would be a really close up of 1 or 2 against some black card.....i know boring ...but thats me all over.

Keith
Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
22 Apr 2010 7:30PM
Such a shame about the harsh light, I always find it easier to photograph snowdrops on dull days or in woodland where the soil makes a good background

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