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Old 07-03-2009   #11
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Brilliant shots, gorgeous colours.

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Thank you for such nice comments that I enjoy reading. Here are a few more spring flower shots from my garden.
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All in the series are remarkable. What camera? Which lens? In this latest series, #4 appears to be natural daylight, with no fill light, Y/N?

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Thank you for the nice comments.

Most of these were taken with my "kitten camera", Canon PowerShot G9. I bought this camera primarily to take photos of kittens in close quarter, so it had to be compact.

I wish that I could change lenses. In the past I have used an added closeup lens that was made for my old G2. I like the optics on my old G2 better than the G9 but the G9 has a much better sensor.

Most ot the photos in this series are with various forms of natural light. A few are flash and a few include fill flash. Some of them were shot with the Av setting and some of them were shot on manual. Almost all of the darker flowers were shot on manual.

The 4th photo of the last series was shot with natural light.

All of the flowers in this series are ones blooming in my yard in late spring. There are many more photos of flowers posted in my gallery but not all are from my yard.


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