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  1. Hello I recently had the opportunity to go to a lotus pond. Beforehand, I did a quick look up of "lotus ponds/flowers" on google and saw a lot photos of single lotus flowers placed in the middle of the shot. I wanted to try something different and this was what I ended up with. In the middle is an unfurled lotus leaf and behind it is a wilting lotus flower. The lotus flower and the unfurled leaf seem to be competing subjects since they're both in the middle, but I still like the photo in my own weird way. I was wondering how other photographers would feel about the composition of this photograph. Would this be considered bad composition? Would someone say this is an interesting photo or a bad photo? This was shot with sony a6000 + kit lens. - Hummingbird
  2. My latest project - low key macro/ close-up flower photography. These were shot using Sony A7ii and Canon FD 50mm f3.5 macro, a single flash (in softbox). Shot at f18 - f22 to get the dark background. Processed in PS and Alien Skin Exposure X3. Regards, Omer
  3. omrhsn

    Orchid 2

    From the album: Flowers and Macro

    Sony A7ii + Canon FD 50mm f3.5 macro @ f5.6

    © Omer Hassan

  4. omrhsn

    Orchid 1

    From the album: Flowers and Macro

    Sony A7ii + Canon FD 50mm f3.5 macro @ f3.5

    © Omer Hassan

  5. I shot this from a crouched position in a stream near Medellín, Colombia. A friend on my left held a softened flash, and it was shot on a Sony A6000 with 10-18mm lens set on 18mm. It was quite dark within the trees and the exposure was 1/30 sec at f4.5 (ISO200). http://markeilbeck.com https://www.instagram.com/mark_eilbeck/?hl=en Thanks Mark Eilbeck
  6. I shot this from a crouched position in a stream near Medellín, Colombia. A friend on my left held a softened flash unit, and the camera was a Sony A6000 with 10-18mm lens set on 18mm. Although it was a sunny day, it was quite dark within the trees. The exposure was 1/30 sec at f4.5 (ISO200).
  7. artguide

    Stamens

    From the album: ericpaulweissman.com

    I love shooting with my Sony A7II and my Prime 90 MM FE. This is also a great Portrait lens.

    © ericpaulweissman.com aka Eric Paul Weissman, Toronto Canada

  8. This moth was flying around my garden on holiday last year in Corfu Sony A5000, Sony 30mm Macro, F6.3, 1/2000, ISO 200
  9. All images are made on a77m2 + Sigma 1.4/35 Art F
  10. April showers bring May flowers. And a little May rain helps too. Sony A7 II body, Batis 25MM, 1/60 second, f22, ISO 1250 with tripod
  11. Next shot with the new FE 70-300 mm G OSS.
  12. Good example of Bokeh with Zeiss 85 Batis. A7II body Batis 85 at f1.8, 1/2500 sec, ISO 100
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