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Camera NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D7000
Exposure Time 1/800
F-Stop 4.2
ISO 500

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Photographing Flowers taught by Harold Davis

Capture the beauty and allure of flowers with essential techniques for field and indoor shoots.

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Theme Flowers
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What is exciting or interesting to you about your photo(s)? It's something special I share with my Dad.

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Can you tell us about any special equipment or techniques that you used? Hand-held, Sigma 180 mm macro on an over-cast morning.

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I like how the light is showing off the seeds. They almost look like LED lights. Nice shot.

02/06/2014 Flag

Is it possible to provide more info. I am a novice and would like to know more. Camera and settings.

02/06/2014 Flag

Shot this on a Nikon D7000 with a Sigma 180 mm macro lens. This was my first time out with this lens so I had it on Program & let the camera do the work. I no longer have the exact settings for this shot, but I usually shoot on Aperture Priority at f/22 ish. ISO is dependent on lighting and whether I'm shooting handheld so it's usually high around 600-800.

02/09/2014 Flag

If you look at the image, I have just discovered if you point under the magnifier the image EXIF data appears hope this helps.

02/24/2014 Flag