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rose

By dawnmichelle    
I took this yellow at dusk and against the brick background it made the background black and bought out the yellow and the leaves to me looked like a blueish/green. I didn't use any type of effects on this photo. It was take with 400 kodak film

Tags: Flowers Flowers and plants

Voters: blackbird, Andree_Borrel, brownsilent and 1 more


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blackbird 9 159 15 United Kingdom
29 Jun 2007 9:44PM
what a great pity this is blurred, the dark foliage sets off the flower beautifully, and it's a nice composition.
I'm guessing that you had a longish exposure time, maybe try with a tripod next time?
Merille

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Denat 8
29 Jun 2007 9:57PM
Its a real shame, Dawn, about the camera shake. But what drew me to look at this shot was the great way the dark leaves set off the yellow of the rose.
29 Jun 2007 10:37PM
Thanks for the comments. I was standing away from the rose and used the micro setting and your right I'll try in with a tripod and see if it will take better. Thanks again blackbird and Denat I appreciate your comments and advise. Smile
Some shots are manipulated to look this way, people go out their way to make them so, so i would be quite happy with this one, i like it
6 Jul 2007 8:52PM
Thanks Sammyo. The only thing I have noticed about the background is whenever I take pics against a brick background using the micro lens almost everytime they come out like this. I always wait till it's dusk too. Thanks for the nice comment..
Dawn Michelle
26 Jan 2008 10:42AM

Quote:What a great pity this is blurred, the dark foliage sets off the flower beautifully, and it's a nice composition.
I'm guessing that you had a longish exposure time, maybe try with a tripod next time?
Merille



My saying... a very good work, pitty for the blur.
Jo
27 Mar 2008 11:30PM
thanks Jo

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