My Valentine Flowers (S602Z version)


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Picture to share with....

Shots taken with a tripod. You might wondering what background did i use? Well...just an ordinary plain cloth.


TULIP 1


Shutter = 1/4 sec
Aperture = F 3.2
ISO Equivalent = 160


TULIP 2


Shutter = 1/4 sec
Aperture = F 3.2
ISO Equivalent = 160


TULIP 3



Shutter = 1/6 sec
Aperture = F 3.2
ISO Equivalent = 160




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exceptional work! go sell them! Bring in the dollars, and giv 50% to me.... for giving you the idea! ;) Hehe. On the serious note, really, I think you should try selling the pics. Send them in to postcards or calendar or whatever publishing companies..
 

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Originally posted by SniperD


:thumbsup: I like this the best!

Very nice neutral background, emphasizing the tulip and its colours. Very much like a poster with inspirational words...

Well-shot!

SniperD, Thanks a lot for the kind words. Appreciate that.


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Good shots! Doods! :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
 

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Originally posted by sas
exceptional work! go sell them! Bring in the dollars, and giv 50% to me.... for giving you the idea! ;) Hehe. On the serious note, really, I think you should try selling the pics. Send them in to postcards or calendar or whatever publishing companies..

Thanks a lot Dude.


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did u bounce or diffuse the flash?
or just ambient light?

great shots:thumbsup:
 

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yeap, i am also very interested to know the light source.... :gbounce:
great pics! :thumbsup:

Originally posted by FLiNcHY
did u bounce or diffuse the flash?
or just ambient light?

great shots:thumbsup:
 

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@ FLiNcHY, weg

Thanks for viewing this thread and for your comments.


I dind't use any flash at all, just used an ordinary flourescent light and a little amount of natural light from my kitchen windows.
Set the white balance to Auto, put up a tripod to control the low shutter speed.

Kindly refer to my TULIPS shots for more exif infos.


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Originally posted by Doods
Picture to share with....

Shots taken with a tripod. You might wondering what background did i use? Well...just an ordinary plain cloth.


TULIP 1


Shutter = 1/4 sec
Aperture = F 3.2
ISO Equivalent = 160

rgds.
i like tulip 1 the best. macro mode? any closeup lens?
 

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Originally posted by RedDevil7
i like tulip 1 the best. macro mode? any closeup lens?

thanks for the input...there's no add on filter or lens, just set it to macro mode and snapped and of course with the help of a tripod.


@ roon2c, thanks dude.
 

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Originally posted by Doods



thanks for the input...there's no add on filter or lens, just set it to macro mode and snapped and of course with the help of a tripod.


@ roon2c, thanks dude.
ic. nice idea 2 use a clear backgnd.
 

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Originally posted by Doods



- it's just a simple setup actually, you can even try it with your cam, try it and you'll be amazed of the result after.
roger dat. we're using the same cam afterall.
 

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