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Clover 2

Posted by
Anita (West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States) on 19 May 2008 in Plant & Nature.

Second in series of 4 photos with increasing depth of field.

KONICA MINOLTA MAXXUM 5D 1/250 second F/4.0 ISO 100 100 mm


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Koushiro~光子郎 from Singapore, Singapore

Oh gosh that really looks beautiful! However, i think i liked the previous one better, the one with a softer look to it... But that's a beautiful picture nontheless...

19 May 2008 10:44am

@Koushiro~光子郎: Thanks for your comment. This is an experiment.

Chris from South Jersey, United States

These are beautiful Anita - so different and really stunning....

19 May 2008 2:34pm

@Chris: Thanks, Chris.

Alun Lambert from cheshire, United Kingdom

Another great shot

19 May 2008 5:01pm

@Alun Lambert: Thank you.

Stefan from Thiersee, Austria


19 May 2008 5:39pm

@Stefan: Thank you!

Lorie from United States

I really like the composition and the idea of a series with the different depths of field.

Great job!


20 May 2008 2:37am

susan from Belleville, United States

This is a beautiful shot. I think that the next in the series might have just a bit more dof. Which I'm thinking will be an even better choice with a touch more depth. Just an opinion. Don't get me wrong though. I do like this. Yesterdays too!

20 May 2008 2:44am

@susan: Thank you. Tomrrow's and the next day's will each have more dof. It is interesting to see the difference made by staying in the same position and just changing the f stop.

eyeswideopen from Emmaus, United States

This is stunning. WOW!!

20 May 2008 3:00am

@eyeswideopen: So glad you like it!

Arash from Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Nice shot from up, the focus and blure area is great.

20 May 2008 6:11am

David Ross from Bryn Mawr, United States

Not sure quite why, but I saw more of a zoom effect in this shot, then your first. Looking forward to the next two.

20 May 2008 9:19am

Paul Michko from United States

WOW!!! You are really getting great mileage out of that macro, Anita. Excellent capture.

20 May 2008 10:04am

GJC from Kyoto, Japan

Beautiful -- and fun. I really like the feeling of movement here.

9 Jun 2008 5:50am

@GJC: Yes, thanks. I was surprised to find that out of focus could create movement.

1/250 second
ISO 100
100 mm