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nandicmb October 09, 2015
Congratulations on your Contest Finalist win in 800 Dramatic Flowers Photo Contest!
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David-B October 27, 2015
Thanks !!
 
JDLifeshots October 10, 2015
Beautiful! Congrats.
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David-B October 27, 2015
Thanks so much!!
 
CherylG November 08, 2015
WOW!!! I am speechless because this is absolutely gorgeous!!! Congratulations!!!
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cmorisset November 19, 2015
Just lovely, beautifully captured and framed. Bravo and congrats!!

Garden Mum



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Contest Finalist in Bright Flowers Photo Contest
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Behind The Lens

Location
This flower was shot at a local garden in the Toronto,Canada East end. I've been trying to work on my out in field photography instead of manufactured setting.
Time
I was out specifically for this shot it was taken mid-afternoon 3pm.
Lighting
I was trying to capture a warm radiate feeling so I was aiming for just after mid afternoon.
Equipment
I was using a Caon 7DII with a mounted on a MeFOTO tripod with a Sigma Contemporary AF 150-600mm
Inspiration
I want to created a picture that was true in colour, feeling and using the rule of thirds. These are all areas I am trying to improve on.
Editing
Yes I did you some post-processing I use Photoshop CS6 with camera raw. Some sharpening and colour correction. Also finished with a vignette.
In my camera bag
Ah good question. Tamron SP 10-24, Canon 24-105mm L, Sigma Contemporary AF 150-600mm, Remote shutter release, ND Filters and cleaning material.
Feedback
Proper planning will yield best results. Have a good idea of what you're trying to achieve. Take lots of shots more then you want too with different settings, you don't really know what you have until you see it a big screen.

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