My zoom camera has a back lit feature. The pictures
I took with that and the sun to the side and slightly behind the flower seemed
to catch the color best. But I suspect that what works well with one camera may
not work with another. I agree that taking a lot of pictures is the best way to
get good ones but I don't like to spend too much on film. I'd rather buy more
iris.VBG I think digital camera's would be the way to go with lots of pictures
and when they get cheaper, I want one.
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Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2002 7:59
Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Taking
I try to get as close as I can, at the flower's height. But
be at least a few feet away, otherwise comes out fuzzy. Also its
to take pictures on a sunny day, but not at high noon. Worst is at
dusk or a gray/rainy day; but you can take great pictures at dusk
the flash; the background comes out black; kind of dramatic.
But I think
the most important thing is, for me anyways, is to take
TONS of pictures;
cause alot don't come out that good and get tossed.
Digital cameras are
great for that!
How about everyone else? What do you think helps achieve
--- In iris-photos@y...,
"albee703" <alhbee@a...> wrote:
> --- In iris-photos@y...,
"laetitia munro" <lmmunro@h...> wrote:
> > Here is FINAL TOUCH.
There are 2 pictures; one is obviously an
> impostor, but
don't know which one...they're both pretty, however.
> I don't know as to the iris. I beleive it's the
> My goodness, Laetitia, you take such
wonderful pictures. At what
> angle are your shooting? Do you shoot
from the top? Or are you at
> flower level? How close?
> In comparison, my photography results/efforts are feeble.
> Al Bullock
> z7 NoVa
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