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By TimothyDMorton  
First does any one know the NAME of this type of flower as the GREENHOUSES didn't have any name TAGS.

The equipment used not shown in the EXIF data the Pentax Cable Release, the Silk able 300 dx tripod and the NEEWER RING 48 (a RING LIGHT.)

And now I am off showing my illustrations of flowers which goes back to what I mention when I upload my first illustration of the SNAPPING TURTLE.

For the post production work was opening in Camera-in-the-RAW and fixed the colour balance, and then opened in Adobe Photoshop Elements 7 and resized to 600 x 401 pixles and then applied the UNSHARP MASK.

Tags: Hamilton Close-up and macro Ontario Greenhouses GAGE PARK

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6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
14 Mar 2013 9:36AM
A wonderfully captured image Timothy, however I do feel that the green foliage peeping out of the darkness is somewhat distracting.

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14 Mar 2013 9:48AM

It was impossible to remove in camera at a GREENHOUSE. When I got home I found when I removed it all their was something missing in my capture so I keep a hint of it.
iancrowson 6 211 142 United Kingdom
14 Mar 2013 10:09AM
It looks like a white daffodil. Daffodil are in the Narcissus family of plants. In the UK the cultivated ones are usually yellow and are just starting to flower outside now. I believe they are native to Europe and North Africa..
If the camera angle was more to one side the length of the trumpet would be shown but even full face it looks like a daff.
paulbroad 9 116 1064 United Kingdom
14 Mar 2013 5:40PM
Nice strong image. Difficult to tell at this size but I think could be a touch crisper. Not the ideal subject for zoom lenses, but a pretty good effort.

14 Mar 2013 10:29PM
Hi Ian:

Appreciate your input.



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