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ariane 12 2
14 Sep 2004 4:56PM
Hi Brian, to me, this is the perfect "rose shot". Lovely "tonimg", excellent DOF. Have you used the sharping tool of PS or was it your camera?!
BIG Click! Ariane

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davidbailie 13 457 7 United Kingdom
14 Sep 2004 5:14PM
Mmh - very sensual shot

Dave
Pete Plus
15 18.8k 96 England
14 Sep 2004 5:49PM
So real you can almost smell itWink
icafe 13 19 Canada
14 Sep 2004 5:53PM
Superb! Yes I would like to learn how you did this too, if you don't mind sharing. Click.
Arthur
webjam 12 292 11 Netherlands
14 Sep 2004 6:07PM
If you used ahrpening and grain - you did use it well. Well done!
Jacqueline
Elegant, beautiful and stunning! Fantastic shot *click*
Suey xx
tull 13 181 United Kingdom
14 Sep 2004 6:33PM
Superb Brian,excellent colour and detail.

Best wishes.

Mark.
wing 12 453 United Kingdom
14 Sep 2004 6:38PM
Fantastic colour and lighting pin sharp too.

Nice work.

Paul
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
14 Sep 2004 6:39PM
Thanks everyone for taking a look and for all the kind comments, appreciated as always.

Ariane & Jacqueline - The image was sharpen in PSP (it is in fact a previously worked on and saved JPEG that I have re-cropped and resized again to post here so quality has surviced better than I expected).

Arthur - I hate to admit this, there is not great secret, the camera I used has limited features, I just pushed the camera at the rose and pressed the shutter button a few times, yes some had the point of focus in the wrong place but I usually find if you take a few shots one will be what you were after.
gwynann 12 72 United Kingdom
14 Sep 2004 6:55PM
Great shot Brian, colour and detail spot on, click
Gwyn
14 Sep 2004 7:45PM
Really beautiful. Love it. =)
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
14 Sep 2004 8:44PM
Thanks for popping by Gwyn & Carmen and for your kind comments, appreciated. Pleased you liked it.
vfr400 15 886
14 Sep 2004 10:11PM
Cracker Brian, I could imagine this 3ft square on a living room wall it's superb.
chris
UserRemoved 12 6.2k 1
14 Sep 2004 10:27PM
Lovely shades of colour, with great detail, in a nice comp
Atlas 13 621 United Kingdom
15 Sep 2004 5:33AM
Very very pleasant image Brian, and equally pleasant colours too.

Rob
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
15 Sep 2004 8:23AM
Thanks for taking a look, Chris, Mark & Rob, and for your comments, appreciated as always.
magda_indigo 13 418 England
15 Sep 2004 12:49PM
fascinating image, very well done, click (*:*)
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
15 Sep 2004 5:34PM
Thanks for taking a look Magda, pleased you like it.
pebbles 12 106
15 Sep 2004 5:42PM
Beautiful colour and sharpness, great detail. Love it.

Alethea
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
15 Sep 2004 5:48PM
Thanks for the viewing & comment, Alethea, appreciated as always.
old timer 12 55 1 Scotland
16 Sep 2004 10:42AM
Wonderful colour and detail, Brian.
Jim

Will look through your PF and click as appropriate on what I've missed over the last couple of weeks, but obviously can't comment on everything! If you get phantom clicks, then it's me!
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
16 Sep 2004 10:51AM
Thanks Jim, I can't seem to keep up when I'm not away :o(
16 Sep 2004 10:35PM
This is stunning Brian, gorgeous warm colours and lovely and sharp, beautiful.

Mary
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2004 8:11AM
Thanks Mary, pleased you like it.
corin45 13
17 Sep 2004 10:33AM
Super colour and image. Steve.
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2004 10:59AM
Thanks for taking a look, Steve, and for the comment, appreciated.
tartanlady 12 58 Scotland
22 Sep 2004 4:20PM
Vibrant colour and amazing clarity in your macro of the rose Brian.
Well done.
louise
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2004 5:21PM
Thanks Louise, pleased you like it. Taken 15 months ago and posted elsewhere under the title "A Rose for Grace" to celebrate the birth of our first Grandchild.
3 Oct 2004 9:26AM
Catching up, this is just so beautiful, the colours, the presentation, everything,
click
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
6 Oct 2004 7:30PM
Thanks Lydia, pleased you like it, it's one of my favourites.

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