Busy Bee

Dorothy E. Dyer 9/23/2003 5:04:08 AM

Just a note as I also sent Jean one. I think you both should have tied for first place. All the winners were great but both of you were extra special.
Your Busy Bee is still the Best of Show. #61224

Thomas Iverson 9/23/2003 6:19:45 AM


Thank you for your kind comments. I think third place is more than I would have expected among such wonderful photographers. I look forward to improving and learning in the next class. Clearly, I am a beginner amongst some really talented people and learning from each of you was an invaluable component to the class. #209323

Dorothy E. Dyer 9/23/2003 8:14:21 AM

You are absolutely right. I too am a beginner and I learned so much from all the critiques but felt I was with some real professional people and at time it could be intimidating but also pretty special.

My next class will be on the Digital Camera which is something I want to learn in and out.

Have fun with your next class. I know you will do great. #209437

Jim Miotke 9/25/2003 12:08:08 AM

I just wanted to add my two cents, Tom... sure a tripod or a slightly extended depth of field might have helped but your focus is almost dead on. More importantly, your composition here is absolutely perfect. Keep up the great work! #210947

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f 2.8, 1/1600, in our garden, tripod would have been helpful with focus!

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