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Dill

Posted by
Anita (West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States) on 18 August 2011 in Plant & Nature.

I applied one of my textures.

NIKON D300 2/5 seconds F/16.0 ISO 200 105 mm

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Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

. . you applied a lot of experience and more than a small measure of talent, too ! Delicate delight.

18 Aug 2011 7:13am

Chantal from Terheijden, Netherlands

very cool with that background

18 Aug 2011 7:48am

Aubélia from Kortrijk, Belgium

Beautiful

18 Aug 2011 8:03am

Mariana M. from Waterloo, Canada

gorgeous, delicate frame

18 Aug 2011 12:08pm

Lara from Vienna, Austria

beautiful! like a ballerina with many delicate arms!

18 Aug 2011 12:15pm

@Lara: Thank you! I like your interpretation. Thanks for visiting and commenting.

Barbara Kile from Ft. Worth, United States

Looks like a starburst! What a photogenic plant! Nice one!

18 Aug 2011 2:34pm

David from Bryn Mawr, United States

Barbara Kile spoke my mind. I thought of fireworks. This gives a sense of exploding energy, as though I were watching one of those time lapse videos. Great use of the rectangular space.

18 Aug 2011 7:11pm

Julie L. Brown from Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Only you could make dill look this good!

18 Aug 2011 11:30pm

@Julie L. Brown: Thanks, Julie. :-)

Marcie from Newton, United States

Such exquisite detail. I don't think I've ever looked quite this closely at 'ordinary' dill before. WOW!

19 Aug 2011 12:37pm

L'Angevine from Angers, France

si j'ai bien compris,tu prends une photo sur une végétation et tu la colles ensuite vers un papier ou une toile...
passe d'agréables moments et à bientôt

19 Aug 2011 5:17pm

@L'Angevine: I hope you can translate this explanation. I take the picture of the flower, with a white background. In Photoshop, I add a texture. A texture is another photo which becomes the background. This site explains how to do it. Click on the links under Tutorials. I hope that explains the process.

Oleg from Podolsk, Russian Federation

The very airy!

20 Aug 2011 5:16pm

Vert Pomme from Montreuil Sous Bois, France

Très aérien et tout en finesse. Somptueux.

21 Aug 2011 8:08am

Gary from Cochise County, United States

The beauty of this is definitely why it tastes so good.

21 Aug 2011 7:31pm

Sue from Nashville, United States

WOW! Stunning.

9 Sep 2011 11:10am

NIKON D300
2/5 seconds
F/16.0
ISO 200
105 mm

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