Oncidium Hybrid Orchid – South Florida – Now IdentifiedFeatured – “The world as we see it or as we missed it”, “Extreme Close-Ups”, “Closeups In Nature”, “Redbubble Boomers”1239 Views on July 9, 2014Nikon D9090mm MacroFinished in GIMP
Pembroke Pines, FL, United States of America
macro orchid flower plants south florida nature flora
JUST SO BEAUTIFUL GLENN FABULOUS COLOUR WONDERFUL WORK MY FRIEND LOVE IT LEE
Hey dear Lee! Thanks for your wonderful encouragement and kindness!
Lovely capture Glenn
Thank you Larry!
Isn’t it beautiful. At first glance it looked like a clown with its arms outstretched, a pointy hat and big baggy trousers. Do these grow wild in your country?
Haven’t got a clue! Sorry! Thanks for your lovely comments!
Great colors, Glenn… yow!
Many thanks! It took over 20 images til I got one good enough. Learning a new camera and general photography on those little guy was tough. Not enough contrast. What a powerful camera!
Yeah, in this close for me… manual focus only on a tripod!… 2 legs down with the third retracted. Get in the focal range then rock back and forth on the two legs and click. Cool! :)
Now that is something I didn’t think of! How do you handle the metering? Spot or centerweighted? There is very little contrast in the bottom leaf. Maybe better lighting…. Thank you for the great idea!
I have to credit Gareth Jones who has done a tutorial for us in the D90 group. I’ve done that back and forth movement before but Gareth really spelled it out and… unless the light is really great… that tripod is the key! :)))))))))
Missed this, been to the forum and found some interesting areas to explore. That will certainly be one!Thanks Susana!
La ringrazio, apprezzo la vostra visita e il tuo meraviglioso commento
Riley , Group Bannerby CanyonWind
Fantastic! I am honored and quite pleased to be featured in this group! Thank you!
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