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Dried to Perfection
Dried to Perfection
connie


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Challenge: Indoor Macro Shot (Classic Editing)
Camera: Canon PowerShot G2
Location: Dinning Room
Date: Mar 25, 2003
Aperture: f/2.5
ISO: 50
Shutter: 1/40
Galleries: Emotive, Black and White
Date Uploaded: Mar 29, 2003

My daughter received a dried bouquet of roses from a friend for her birthday. They were so lovely I thought I would shoot a macro of a single rose from the bouquet.

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Place: 51 out of 122
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Views since voting: 1070
Votes: 113
Comments: 9
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
04/06/2003 04:18:24 PM
Well done.
04/06/2003 03:36:38 PM
I must admit to not being a B/W fan but you have done a good job here with detail,composition and nice crop. Well done.
04/06/2003 11:06:34 AM
really dead looking flower, no color left, should have left it off centred to kill it right off.
04/01/2003 02:02:33 PM
I think I would have liked this more in color.
04/01/2003 12:26:28 AM
Amazing shot, I love it, wonderful comp, contrast. Good luck.
04/01/2003 12:25:24 AM
This really caught my eye because of the dark subject against a white background. It would have been nice for it to be a little darker and have some interesting shadows to accent the feeling a dried (and dead) flower evoke. Can't criticize too much since this is such an interesting image. Well done.
03/31/2003 12:30:44 PM
Border touching left side of flower, not top or right... Wassup with that??? I'm sure you spent a lot of time on this, why hurt it with something so obvious and simple? If it was intentional, I can't figure out why?
03/31/2003 11:05:54 AM
This is a gorgeous black and white :) The lighting and composition are both perfect... great shot.. = 10 - setzler
03/31/2003 09:08:41 AM
Hmmm. Bit hard to tell what it is. Perhaps it would work better in colour?


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