Withering flowers.

Discussion in 'Flora' started by Garry Lee, Dec 30, 2011.

  1. Garry Lee

    Garry Lee Member

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    Clematis by gearoidmuar

    I seldom photograph flowers, as I don't like the results, but I photographed this withering plant in my back garden a couple of months ago, or so. I love this image. The crispness of the Olympus E3 cannot be matched in my experience by my big Canons. I don't know why. Even though the high ISO of the Olympus is poor enough and the continuous AF if less than useless, for more static subjects it always seems nicer than Canon...
     
  2. Tim Pindar

    Tim Pindar Member

    Lovely colours and texture on this Garry.
     
  3. Dan Cattermole

    Dan Cattermole Dan Down - The Steampunk Womble

    Nice and crisp that is! Very well done
     
  4. Ralph Thornton

    Ralph Thornton Well-Known Member

    I give a big plus! Like the sharpness and the 3D feeling to the layers of flowers.
     
  5. Pete Askew

    Pete Askew Admin

    Very nice Gerry. I like the way you have filled the frame with them.
     
  6. Hamish Gill

    Hamish Gill Well-Known Member

    Completely agree, there is a real tangible depth to this that is very impressive i think!
    Is this that 12-60(?) lens?
     
  7. Garry Lee

    Garry Lee Member

    Yes 12-60. Fantastic lens
     
  8. Brodie Jackson

    Brodie Jackson New Member

    Nice one, Garry :)
     
  9. Chris Armstrong

    Chris Armstrong New Member

    I probably would not have thought of taking that photo..."who would want a picture of dying flowers?"...but it turned out to be quite beautiful. You should take more pics of flowers!;)
     

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