Another unidentified plant in the meadow behind my house. I added one of my textures. I wish I'd allowed more room at the top.
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15 Nov 2009 6:03am
Beautiful composition. I like your texture.
15 Nov 2009 7:38am
It is very strange, perhaps it is due to the treatment, but it looks like an engraving, the ones you can see on old botanic books...It 's great, I like it!
15 Nov 2009 9:40am
@KriKridesign: Thanks. That is the look I was wanting. It was the post processing in Topaz.
I like your texture, bravo !
15 Nov 2009 10:36am
Perfect texture for this one, Anita. Love the earthy colors.
15 Nov 2009 11:41am
Fantastic result in beautiful warm tones...:-)
15 Nov 2009 12:12pm
I love the colors in this.....and the texture is wonderful....works well....
15 Nov 2009 12:24pm
Very nice capture. Have a good day. Antoine.
15 Nov 2009 2:08pm
great, new subject matter Anita - well done, love the texture
15 Nov 2009 2:17pm
Beautiful shot with perfect focus and processing. : )
15 Nov 2009 2:31pm
Beautiful tone. Love the subtle texture you've created and added.
15 Nov 2009 3:31pm
Beautiful! Lighting is brilliant and texture too.
15 Nov 2009 4:24pm
Wonderful plant and I love your texture !!
This image reminds me of a finely penciled woodcut. Lovely !!
15 Nov 2009 5:57pm
I stay stuck with delight in front of this !
Thanks so much, it's a pure magic beauty, so simple and so..............
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15 Nov 2009 7:40pm
@k@: Thank you for visiting and commenting!
Superb choice of colours and texture for the background.
15 Nov 2009 7:41pm
@Curly: Thank you!
A question for you, Anita..I carry lunattes for farsightedness and, as beginner in photo, I would like to know...
If I want to capture some macro or something with manual focussing...Should I make the focus with or without my medical glasses ? Perhaps it is something very basic but as I told you, i'm beginner...
Thank you for your help:-) !
15 Nov 2009 10:13pm
@Chris: Hi, Chirs:
I wear glasses with quite a strong correction for farsightedness. I always wear them when focusing. (Actually, I always wear them, period.) And, for macros I focus manually. I would suggest you wear your glasses also. If you have doubts, try focusing with and then without glasses and see which works best for you.
I see you have the Nikon D5000. It should have a little wheel control by the viewfinder to make the viewfinder clear for your particular eyes/glasses. I believe You also have Live View. I use Live View, since my vision, even corrected, isn't all that good. I find it most useful for macro work.
Let me know if this doesn't answer your question.
Great tones, and works well with this filter.....beautiful!!
15 Nov 2009 10:31pm
16 Nov 2009 1:54am
Wonderful textures! this is so beautiful!
16 Nov 2009 3:09am
Excellent details and beautiful tones. Like how you can compose something so ordinary and create something so extraordinary Anita, stunning work!
16 Nov 2009 7:05am
So much detail. I love it, Anita.
16 Nov 2009 11:59am
Amazing detail. Love the warm tonal range and color. Wonderful image!!
16 Nov 2009 12:35pm
aka porcupine plant! XD Nice macro and effect!
16 Nov 2009 2:58pm
Great composition, details, light and postprocessing. You captured melancholic autumn atmosphere here pretty well.
16 Nov 2009 4:24pm
A Velco original !
16 Nov 2009 8:49pm
Gorgeous! love your use of textures
18 Nov 2009 12:51am
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