Watter & Flowers.....

This is a discussion on Watter & Flowers..... within the General Photography forums, part of the PHOTO GALLERIES category; Id like to know if you have a favorite out of the bottom 2. Camera: Canon 40D Lens: Testing out a Carenar 135mm @ f/3.5 ...


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    Wink

    Id like to know if you have a favorite out of the bottom 2.


    Camera: Canon 40D
    Lens: Testing out a Carenar 135mm @ f/3.5
    Lighting: the sun


    Camera: Canon 40D
    Lens: Asahi 50mm 1.4 @ f/8
    Props used: Fish tank
    Lighting: One light through the left side of the fish tank. I use strobe / flash lighting in my studio. 160 watts each.


    Camera: Canon 40D
    Lens: Asahi 50mm 1.4 @ f/8
    Props used: Fish tank
    Lighting: One light through the left side of the fish tank. I use strobe / flash lighting in my studio. 160 watts each.
    Canon 40D |Rebel XT (converted to infrared)
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    A gentle reminder....please watch your photo posting size. The forum guidelines say, "Please keep images to 800 pixels longest side and a maximum of 300kb." Please edit your post. Thank you!

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    Yeah... I can't see the whole of #1 without scrolling.

    But I like #2 the best.
    Is that how flowers dry off when we're not looking?
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    Yeah... I can't see the whole of #1 without scrolling.

    But I like #2 the best.
    Is that how flowers dry off when we're not looking?
    It would look that way wouldn't it but the flower is actually underwater. I flipped the photo 180.
    Canon 40D |Rebel XT (converted to infrared)
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    I like the last two.
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    It would look that way wouldn't it but the flower is actually underwater. I flipped the photo 180.

    Well that was very creative, wish I coulda watched you take that picture.
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    Is that how flowers dry off when we're not looking?


    Cool pics.

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    Of the last two, I prefer the first... it seems somehow more whimsical.


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