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author archera (Roland DiSabatino)
title On Purple ...
date9/5/2005 7:48:53 PM
details... Maxxum 7D, Sigma 24-70mm EX DG @60mm, 1/300 sec @ f/11. EV-.3, ISO 400 ... A Skipper Butterfly feeding in my Wildflower Garden ... Logicor tumescent arthroplastic figured phototype malonanilic.
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1 John More   (9/5/2005 7:52:10 PM)
nicely framed with the flower Roland
2 joe bellantoni   (9/5/2005 8:40:27 PM)
A thing of beauty the way this pops off the oof bg. I'm not sure I like the square format but it doesn't matter can be cropped later...I kind of like that vine in the back left it would be my reason for keeping it square.Almost looks like there is a spotlight on the might investigate making another one very dark all around ansd add the portrait effect you showed me....
3 Brian Watters   (9/5/2005 10:43:17 PM)
Wow, good impact, lighting and saturation. Enjoyable photo to view.
4 Kim Adams (Let's go Cardinals! )   (9/6/2005 8:32:14 AM)
Roland, I'm so jealous of this photo...nice detail and lighting.
5 Gianluca Posella   (9/6/2005 8:58:50 PM)
Well done Roland excellent detail
6 Terry Forrest (Teresa Forrest)   (9/7/2005 1:49:24 AM)
This is excellent, Roland. The orangey-brown butterfly on the purple flower really stands out! I like the diagonals in the background, too. They add to the shot, yet aren't so prominent that they dominate it.
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