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    Model : NIKON D300
    Exposure Time : 2 sec
    F-Number : F40
    Exposure Program : Manual control
    ISO Speed Ratings : 400
    Exposure Bias Value : 0 EV
    Metering Mode : Multi-segment
    Flash : Flash did not fire
    Focal Length : 105,0 mm
    Sensing Method : One-chip color area sensor
    Exposure Mode : Manual exposure
    White Balance : Auto white balance
    Focal Length 35 : 157mm
    Lens : Nikkor 105mm/f:2,8 VR

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    Adrian this is really nice! Neat pattern created by the pistil and stamens. I like how you filled the frame with the flower and placed the center of the flower to the bottom left.
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    Another nice Primrose, Adrian. You're getting closer to the ROT but I think I would like this better if all of the yellow part was showing.
    Last edited by Ken Childs; 02-18-2010 at 08:03 PM.

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    Hi Adrian, Good sharpness and vibrant color. I would suggest 2 things. First I wouldn't clip the yellow center on the bottom and secondly I would give a bit more room on the left. I do like the fact you offset the yellow center...

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    Thank you very much!
    Unfortunately, the yelows on the bottom are clipped in the original frame.It was a little to tight...

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    Man, that's a bummer because this is my favorite of the series so far! The position of the yellow area is much better and I like the intensity of the purple in this one - it looks much softer and less grainy than the other versions.

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    Very nice colors and excellent details. Agree with what's already been said.

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    The purple and yellow is such a lovely and vibrant combination Adrian. As said already, a pity that the yellow is clipped at the bottom.:)

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