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Orange Chrysanthemum



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catherinethompson PRO
 
catherinethompson January 29, 2018
Nice shot. I enjoy capturing flowers.
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JayneBug July 05, 2018
Beautiful flower and capture. Congratulations!
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JDLifeshots July 05, 2018
Amazing capture! Congrats.
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mauriziogarbelli July 05, 2018
Congrats!
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michellegallardocroley July 05, 2018
Congratulations! Nice photo!
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JM18Photography July 05, 2018
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Behind The Lens

Location
Longwood Gardens Chrysanthemum Exhibit
Time
9:41AM, October 22, 2017
Lighting
The light was bright but diffuse through a glass greenhouse ceiling.
Equipment
Nikon D7200, 100mm Tokina macro lens, 1/320 sec. @ F3.2, tripod
Inspiration
This photo is one of several I took at the exhibit.
Editing
Photoshop for tone, clarity, and isolation from background.
In my camera bag
I mainly use a Nikon D7200 with a 16-300 Tamron zoom, a 35mm Nikkor prime lens, a 100mm Tokina macro lens, and a 55-300 Nikkor zoom. I routinely carry polarizing filters as well, plus spare batteries and SD cards. When flash may be needed, I carry a Vivitar DF-583. My Sony DSC-W830, a palm-sized 20MP point-and-shoot, is often tucked-in the bag for grabbing opportunistic quick shots. Sometimes I use 35mm film cameras with associated lenses and gadgets: Nikon F2, Nikon FA, and Minolta 7xi.
Feedback
For this specific photo, acquire and use a prime macro lens for flower shots. Focus carefully and use a tripod for stability. Learn how to do basic layering and masking in Photoshop.

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