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    Lewis Family
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    The attached pictures were shot with a Sony 6300 mirrorless camera. For each, ISO was 100, between 33mm and 50mm, F6.3, from -0.3ev to -0.1ev, at 1/125″. Some small brown blemish spots were removed through editing.

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    Ryan Madaris
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    Beautiful! I believe this flower variety is Echinacea purpurea, otherwise known as ‘Sombrero Hot Pink’ coneflower.

    Great job with the photos! The first thing I see when I look at these is that the second photo is slightly blurry. Perhaps you could use a faster shutter speed next time? On the third photo, I like the bee in the frame! If you could use a smaller aperture it would make the bee a bit more in focus so the photo viewer can see it clearly. Hope that helps!

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    James Staddon
    Keymaster

    Awesome color! Beautiful shapes and positioning! Will expound on what I think about them on the webinar since you’re signed up….https://www.lenspiration.com/photo-critique-with-lenspiration-july-10/

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    James Staddon
    Keymaster

    And here’s the re-play link, if you want to watch the critique of these photos again: https://www.lenspiration.com/video/webinar071118/

    #32166

    Abigail Turner
    Participant

    I took this with my Samsung SM-G570 cell phone. I love snapping pictures of flowers that look interesting wherever I go.

    f/ 1.9

    ISO40

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    James Staddon
    Keymaster

    They look interesting, that’s for sure, kinda all spread out like that. I wonder if there was a different angle where there wouldn’t be as much color interference behind the main flower?

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    Abigail Turner
    Participant

    So, are you saying that a plain background would be better? Like the natural leaves or should I stick a cardboard behind?

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