First Mushroom Shot
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|This is my first mushroom shot.And I even didn't have a clue about how a mushroom photo looks like before meeting TN.After seeing several beautiful mushroom photos in TN, I decided to shoot one while looking for birds and butterflies in Çamlıca. Firstly I don't know the name of the species, if someone helps I'll be glad. Secondly I must admit I didn't like the blurred green part at the right side of the mushroom, and the little twig outgoing from the left side. But it was a new and exciting experince for me. I look forward to reading your comments.|
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Hi can. I am very happy you joined the fungi club :)
I really thing that i a very good one to be the first.
You did a perfect autocritic in your note, except for the "twig at the left", which it is not a problem for me, although you point it out, it does not disturb for my taste.
About the mushroom is really beautiful, it looks like some kind of Amanita to me, maybe "Amanita crocea" but never seen one like this. Thanks so much for sharing.
Hope to see more fungi photos soon :)
your first mushroom shot is succeed to you very well. The point of view and the sharpness are good. But maybe you could have taken another outcut on which the mushroom is a little bit bigger to see.
Mükemmel bir makro çalışma.Süper kontrastlık.Renkler, netlik ve dataylar harika.Tebrikler.
- [2006-10-11 7:51]
Primera pero muy bonita Can, de veras.
Me gusta el POV elegido, con excelente entorno e iluminación.
Atinado DOF con bellos detalles y texturas.
También me agrada el encuadre, aunque la parte superior del fondo tiene algo de ruido... yo no conozco aun sobre el uso de reflex... era necesario un ISO800 en este caso con 1/500 de velocidad disponible?
Felicitaciones por tu primera presentación Fungi.
First but very cut Can, indeed.
I like elected POV, with excellent environment and illumination.
Accurate DOF with beautiful details and textures.
Also I like the framing, although the superior part of the bottom has something of noise... I don't know even about the use of reflex... is necessary an ISO800 in this case with 1/500 of available speed?
Congratulations for your first Fungi presentation.