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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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KODAK DX7630 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA
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1/362 second
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F/3.4
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Feb 9, 2006, 2:40:47 PM
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Flower Seq 1 by silentvoyces Flower Seq 1 by silentvoyces
Ok this is the opener of a sequence ill be putting up. I took a bunch randomly one day to get some good drip shots and practice my focus. I have two bunches, the Flower ones and the Playground ones, so yes, ill be updating these two or three at a time now. Oh the anticipation!
(Outrageous fullview, quite large, tell me if i should be stuffed editing the size down.)

Heh, these were taken right after school in the rain, so i ended up getting totally soaked on a whim and now i have a humungous cold. Im Smrat. :rolleyes:

Very appropriate thats these start today, and i'd like to say that its me and =FiendishMax's 11 month (more anticipation!) so go and shower him with love.

One less than three u.
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esperali Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2006
:D Its very beautiful
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JordanJames Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Omgz Amazing :bow:
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silentvoyces Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2006
:D thank you much
*grins*
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Calzinger Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2006
It looks brilliant. The composition is good, though the exposure seems a little underexposed. Did you use flash? That might explain the underexposed background. Nevertheless, the subject is perfectly exposed.

If you go crazy about noise at the fullview, I'd go over it with Noise Ninja to reduce the noise. After discovering that program, I never hesitate to shoot at ISO 1600 or ISO 800. I just know that noise ninja will bring me a usable shot.
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silentvoyces Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2006
No i didnt use flash, and i wasnt trying to get the background looking all dandy, i was more trying to get the focus and texture of the flower right.
endorsements! :aww: thanks a lot, i will definetely check that out.
(lovely comment :))
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Calzinger Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2006
The focus came out spot on. And even though it is a shallow DOF (f/3.4), the subject has great focus, not one of these lousy jobs where the wrong thing is in focus and it goes out of focus too quickly.

the downside to that noise ninja is that it can have a tendency to reduce detail on textured surfaces. they appear "rough" and noise ninja considers them as noise and blurs 'em out. an road for example may looked at as noisy and be smoothed out. it isn't a big deal though as if you get the settings right, it's absolutely perfect.
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