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    more flowers.... where can i get more flowers~~~~ ROROOOOAAAARR~~~~
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    I like this one -



    Lovely bokeh.

    The last one abit wasted cus of the distraction of another flower at the foreground.

    Else that will make a much more lovely photo.

    Nice series!

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    Thanks for visiting. Em... new perspective for me. Thanks.


    Quote Originally Posted by OoStarDustoO View Post
    I like this one -

    Lovely bokeh.

    The last one abit wasted cus of the distraction of another flower at the foreground.

    Else that will make a much more lovely photo.

    Nice series!
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    nice

    can share ur technique and PP ??
    wish to learn more about flowers
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    More flowers to share... Happy New Year!





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    Your colors are SOOOOOOOOOOOOO SWEET!

    Every single piece is just lovely! I really like it! Thanks for sharing! more more more please! XD

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    Quote Originally Posted by turtle-san
    Your colors are SOOOOOOOOOOOOO SWEET!

    Every single piece is just lovely! I really like it! Thanks for sharing! more more more please! XD
    Thanks for visiting.. Great that you enjoy the flowers.. happy new year!
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    I love the colours!! I'm lost in your dream world. *__*

    How did you achieve this? Did you have to crop the pics? I wish I could take pics like these.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonrya
    I love the colours!! I'm lost in your dream world. *__*

    How did you achieve this? Did you have to crop the pics? I wish I could take pics like these.
    Wow! Thanks for the compliment. So happy to know someone enjoy looking at my photos.

    Ya. I do crop some minor parts in order to make the subject appears as simple as possible. Then use light room to tweak contrast and tone.

    Happy new year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenken17

    Wow! Thanks for the compliment. So happy to know someone enjoy looking at my photos.

    Ya. I do crop some minor parts in order to make the subject appears as simple as possible. Then use light room to tweak contrast and tone.

    Happy new year.
    Happy new year to you too!

    Don't mind I ask what lens you using? And if you know the settings you used for the first pic? Hehe hope you don't mind I ask so many questions.

    When I take photos of flowers I really have to be super patient. Esp when there is a strong wind. >__< hahaha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonrya

    Happy new year to you too!

    Don't mind I ask what lens you using? And if you know the settings you used for the first pic? Hehe hope you don't mind I ask so many questions.

    When I take photos of flowers I really have to be super patient. Esp when there is a strong wind. >__< hahaha!
    Em... You mean the blue background one? I was using 1/160s, iso 200, aperture 5.6. Since I am using an extension tube, the mm calculation is around 157mm.

    Ya, invest on a tripod is great. I am saving up money for that too, so I can have sharper image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenken17

    Em... You mean the blue background one? I was using 1/160s, iso 200, aperture 5.6. Since I am using an extension tube, the mm calculation is around 157mm.

    Ya, invest on a tripod is great. I am saving up money for that too, so I can have sharper image.
    Ooo yeah I notice quite alot (if not all) macro photographers add extension on the lens etc. I wonder if I should follow. As of now it's kinda hard not being able to zoom in with a tele lens. Hehe. noob. Hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonrya

    Ooo yeah I notice quite alot (if not all) macro photographers add extension on the lens etc. I wonder if I should follow. As of now it's kinda hard not being able to zoom in with a tele lens. Hehe. noob. Hehe

    Thanks!
    Really? I don't think macro photographer will use extension, since their lens is for macro. I think, ppl use extention because their lens are not built for macro, and is a cheaper way to get closer to subject. muahahah That is for poor photographer like me.

    You actually can try it out, see if you really like shooting macro. Extension no harm.
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    Hmm sorry I meant to say some macro photographers add this raynox extension to their lens to get more macro effect? I thought you were doing that too. Hehe I like macros alot!

    Thanks to people like you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonrya
    Hmm sorry I meant to say some macro photographers add this raynox extension to their lens to get more macro effect? I thought you were doing that too. Hehe I like macros alot!

    Thanks to people like you.
    No I am not using macro. Mine one is kit lens 18-105mm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenken17

    No I am not using macro. Mine one is kit lens 18-105mm.
    Ohh I see. Hehe the effects came out really nice! I want to try using kit lens to take macro too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonrya

    Ohh I see. Hehe the effects came out really nice! I want to try using kit lens to take macro too.
    Hahaha if u have budget for macro of cos use better lens
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenken17

    Hahaha if u have budget for macro of cos use better lens
    Hehe actually I just bought a tamron 90mm not long ago.. Still experimenting with food shots now.. But for insects I think maybe I'll need to get an extension or something.. My eyes are half blind. most picture come out blurry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonrya

    Hehe actually I just bought a tamron 90mm not long ago.. Still experimenting with food shots now.. But for insects I think maybe I'll need to get an extension or something.. My eyes are half blind. most picture come out blurry.
    Try increase the shutter speed then. U will need steady hands
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenken17

    Try increase the shutter speed then. U will need steady hands
    Haha it's because I use manual focus and don't focus properly la.

    Thanks though!
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