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Uploaded: 10/08/16 2:41 PM GMT
Golden Rod
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10/08/16 2:44 PM GMT
Very nice! I like the black background as well.
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Long before the white man and long before the wheel, when the dark green forests were too silent to be real. Lightfoot 1967
10/08/16 3:13 PM GMT
Beautiful and I'd better bring some Kleenex and allergy meds. I have to be careful of these but your capture is fabulous and love the background really makes them pop
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10/08/16 5:35 PM GMT
You really captured that golden rod very nicely Chris - I have not been able to achieve the desired results when I shoot golden rod - from your narrative, the metering technique sounds interesting - Great Capture!!!!!!!
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10/08/16 6:18 PM GMT
Perfectly chosen background for this 'pure' natural 'gold', Chris.
Wonderful capture again! Very well done!
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10/08/16 6:59 PM GMT
Crisp, clear, and excellent bokeh with excellent gradient behind. Doesn't get too much better than this.
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10/08/16 7:37 PM GMT
You know your stuff and this shows it , excellent.
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10/08/16 9:31 PM GMT
This is would go well in the contest not only because it fit the contest but because of the outstanding quality of the work.
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10/09/16 1:59 AM GMT
You knocked it out of the park again!
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10/09/16 2:34 PM GMT
Outstanding, and yes a well written lesson which I'm still trying to learn. Excellent for the contest Sty, I hope you use this one.
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10/09/16 6:25 PM GMT
I can say without a doubt you pulled off a great shot of these Goldies. They are hard to get sharp focused over a number of them without image stacking. These are nice Chris. What I heard is that F7 or F8 is a good sharp setting for most things. Most lens are sharpest at that F-stop.
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10/10/16 2:31 AM GMT
Contrast of colors is the winner here, great capture!
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