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A700+50M28 (exif embedded)

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last125eagle: I like the sepia tinted image. It is similar to one of the old pictures I have found after grandmother from the late 30's.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 September 2009 at 11:55
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f8 @ 1/200 iso 200



Same image in bw.

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@Stimon2: Jan-Roald, Red is the hardest color to expose correctly. Your color version appears to be oversaturated in the red channel. Almost 30% of the red pixels are maxed out at 255. I don't know what PP software you are using so it's hard to recommend a fix. If you're shooting RAW and using LR you might try the recovery slider or selectively desaturate the red channel. My best advice is to underexpose when shooting red subjects and use RAW format. This will give the best chance of recovering red details. Cheers... Brian

BTW, I like the composition

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Both images are stacked. Shot with Sony A900; Sigma 105 macro.
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Hi Andy (and "lang may yer lum reek")

Welcome to Dyxum.

That out of focus area caused by a stem, or some such, is quite distracting. Often it is possible to bend them out of the way. Also check our our Assignments for the Rule of Thirds to get ideas for different framing or cropping.
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an older shot...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 September 2009 at 22:51
@LTTay: Beautiful flower, Lionel, and a well composed photo. Is this a daylily? It really does appear to be on fire. Cheers... Brian
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 September 2009 at 04:16
Thank you Brian, yes it is a day Lilly, as I've been told. Glad you like it.
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