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|I took this last year ina clearing in the woodland area adjacent to our house. This particular bluebell just stood out better than the others and its colour was just amazing. It was taken on slide film (the first and only time I have ever used slide film) and then scanned in. I can't put my hand on the positive at the moment to say what make it was, but it was taken on my Canon EOS 500N on the 28-80mm EF USM lens, probably with the skylight 80A filter with mini-tripod. Other than that, nothing has happened to it since. |
I considered portrait, but the stem had a kink in it and the surrounding (lower) bluebells obscured the picture, so ended up landscape. I have tried cropping it, but it ends up too square and just doesn't feel the same.
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Seja bem vindo ao treknature.
Foto com boas cores. Fundo borrado o que ajudou.
Boa composição. Como há sobra de fundo, poderia ter cortado um pouco (crop).
- [2005-08-24 4:52]
HI Emma, welcome to TN, this is a beautiful first posting. I love these bluebells and you do have a good one here. So sharp and with perfect colours. Well done.
Nice beautiful blue flowers. I like your composition and you did the right thing cropping it the way you did.
See you around.
- [2005-08-26 23:32]
A good first performance, Emma.
Nice composition and point of view.
I wish you the most cordial welcome on TrekNature.
In the pleasure to admire your next posts and to read your notes and critics.
Thank you for sharing.