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Re: Fw: Marie Caillet

From: "Mark Cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

> Mark: I was taken with the full rich blue color of the flower as opposed
to the
> violet/lavender/purple colors that normally occur with 35 mm color slide
> and blue iris.  Did you filter the film? If not, what type of film did you
> I was truly impressed.

     I used Kodak 200 Speed 35 mm film.  It was not filtered.  I may have
gotten lucky, but the photo shows the true color of the flower.  I took the
shot straight down over the bloom, and there was some light shading from
some Pines.
     The sun angle may have some play in this.  When I took that in April,
the sun is about 12 Degrees higher in the sky than it gets in your area on
the Summer Solstice.

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida.

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