october rose

© Mary C. Legg

october rose

Uploaded: October 05, 2007

Comments

Carla Metzler October 05, 2007

Lovely capture, Mary! #754223

Dominick M. Dimacale level-addict October 05, 2007

Lovely floral image here Mary...Dominick #4884823

Mary C. Legg October 05, 2007

thank-you very much. I am just learning new applications for the EF 100mm 2.8 USM lens and I was surprised with the depth it gave me with ISO 400 Av-3.2 . I've been very busy collecting bugs for macros and so I usually use different settings and have never worked with flowers... just bugs and butterflies. When I get done clearing the backlog off HD, I will put up some early jpgs. #4884974

Kumiko Parkinson October 05, 2007

Nice surprise to see your photo today! Wonderful tone of Red and soft focus of the Rose. #4885245

Mary C. Legg October 05, 2007

thank-you Kumiko #4886878

Patrick Rouzes October 13, 2007

Well, you are learing very well, Mary, b/c this is an exceptional capture of this beautiful rose!!! Excellent work here, my friend!!! #4921744

Mary C. Legg October 14, 2007

ah-- I like this lens very much, but I wish I could say the same for my skills in landscape and castle scenes with the big EF 75-300. What applies to macros does not transfer so easily to big settings. It seems always to be new learning experience. Thank-you very much for the compliment. I've been away so very long. #4922813

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