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Some new attempts with ND filter on R-lenses 35, and close-ups with 90 and 180mm

Here a few first results of a late summer day in our local Botanical Garden.

The butterflies were very quickly moving so waiting was the only chance on this hot day.

Have a look and I am thankful if your share a moment.

 

 

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central cottage, with a ND filter on Elmarit 35 mm

 

 

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with Elmarit 90mm + Extension tube

 

 

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Elmarit 180 mm

 

 

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Elmarit 90 mm

 

 

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Elmarit 90 mm

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Iduna -

 

The close-ups are excellent, and the overall shot (#1) establishes the environment. For effective display I'd post the close-ups first.

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Iduna,

 

A great series especially the close-ups with the selective focus. Fine composition, colors and sharpness.

 

Paul

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Stuart,

 

thank you so much for nice comment and advice. I am really happy you liked the close-ups.

 

Paul,

 

thank you for taking time and your comment is always welcome in its subtle variations.

 

Bill,

 

your comments makes me specially happy because your work is always such an inspiration.

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Iduna,

 

This is a beautiful series and the close ups are great with fabulous color and crisp focus (and nice bokeh too). I love the first one in its expansiveness and the way it presents the scene. So much lurk in the bushes!!! And, you reveal them, one by one.

 

Ece

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Ece,

 

thanks for your nice review. It is interesting you discovered the difference of dark and lights in the first one. This gap was covered by an ND filter and required only a slight opening of the shadows in LR.

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