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    when flowers die...

    Feel blue, no, to be more precise feel black and white... For too long dirty snow covers that city.



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    Re: when flowers die...

    Nice change of scenery~Cheers!

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    First one - marvelous, but 2nd - I don't know, a little too much for me imo (but what I know ).

    Good photos after all. Congrats
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    Re: when flowers die...

    That first photo is amazing. Second one has requisite watch content, but I like the first one more.
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    Re: when flowers die...

    Reminds me a bit of Mapplethorpe with a watch twist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beau8 View Post
    Nice change of scenery~Cheers!
    Quote Originally Posted by c.k. View Post
    First one - marvelous, but 2nd - I don't know, a little too much for me imo (but what I know ).

    Good photos after all. Congrats
    Quote Originally Posted by TheWalrus View Post
    That first photo is amazing. Second one has requisite watch content, but I like the first one more.
    Thank you guys. First one is bw photo and the second is WUS bw photo .
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    Quote Originally Posted by waruilewi View Post
    Reminds me a bit of Mapplethorpe with a watch twist.
    Sir, thank you for such a comparison. To be worth it I should put my watch on a beautiful male or female body next time
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    Re: when flowers die...

    Cool compositions. May I ask your camera settings? :thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenL View Post
    Cool compositions. May I ask your camera settings? :thanks
    No secrets here, sir
    Nikon D200, 400 ISO, 50/4.5, tripod, two dead tulips left from St.Valentine's, window light, black cardboard which my sun brought from school for his presentation and couple Photoshop touches (more contrast, zero colours, sharpness and cropping and sizing for web sharing).

    Thanks for asking
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    Re: when flowers die...

    Quote Originally Posted by igorycha View Post
    No secrets here, sir
    Nikon D200, 400 ISO, 50/4.5, tripod, two dead tulips left from St.Valentine's, window light, black cardboard which my sun brought from school for his presentation and couple Photoshop touches (more contrast, zero colours, sharpness and cropping and sizing for web sharing).

    Thanks for asking
    The tripod is the key.

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