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Tulips

By reachakash
Could'nt wait to see these gorgeous flowers in different vibrant colours, but as I travelled towards South of Holland to experience this beauty of nature the weather terribly turned down on me. It never stopped pouring, and would have been really lucky if the sun would have shone even for two minutes to capture these beauties on my camera. Eventually I did manage some.
Dear critiques I'll be glad to receive some help in shooting in low weather conditions when you expect atleast a little sunlight. I did try to play around with my ISO settings. (ISO 200)

Tags: Flowers Close-ups Tulips General Flowers and plants Close-up and macro

Voters: vickyf, W1ldside, pamelajean


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vickyf Plus
10 8 8 United Kingdom
4 May 2010 9:50AM
I like this shot. Good lines leading into the horizon. The tulip in the foreground is a bit distracting - perhaps a lower angle would have solved this? Re the sun, it is generally a bad idea to shoot flowers in sunlight anyway, although a brighter day/touch of fill in flash may have helped. Nevertheless, an attractive and nicely composed photo and I'm very envious re the trip! Vicky

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W1ldside 6 29 United Kingdom
4 May 2010 8:19PM
Agree with Vicky ~ Beautiful colour but the foreground tulip should have been smaller or sharper?
Regards Rick
pamelajean Plus
10 964 1824 United Kingdom
8 May 2010 5:05PM
Very nice perspective and use of dof, but I would have excluded the sky altogether. I agree about the dominant out-of-focus foreground tulip. But you could crop the bottom and may only need to clone out a bit of the head of the tulip, and you will still have a nice picture. Flowers often suffer burn-out from strong sunlight, so don't worry about it not being sunny, it looks fine.
12 May 2010 10:48AM
Thank you allSmile

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