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Light of Life

Light of Life
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Copyright: Biance LR (BLR) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 90 W: 1 N: 143] (601)
Genre: Places
Medium: Black & White
Date Taken: 2010-03-16
Categories: Nature
Camera: Nikon D200, 35mm f/2 Nikkor
Exposure: f/2, 1/30 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2010-06-20 4:17
Viewed: 1765
Points: 6
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
I found these pretty little things while I was out buying some sandwich ingredients - decided to give them to my Mom. Something about the photo (which I know isn't perfect) makes me really relaxed.

I've become a bit of a green thumb over the past couple of months, might be because I've recently become a marketing director for a local organic fertilizer company - so my camera has been back in the forests and gardens of Vancouver. Hopefully I'll be posting some more shots! :)

Thanks for taking a peek.

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The colours are beautiful! They fit perfectly with the blurr and create a beautiful soft mood. I like the sharp focus on the flowers on the front and the rest being blurry. The white background is perfect and looks great! Very nice POV and composition. Well done!

TFS Greetings Simone

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  • mark25 Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 412 W: 7 N: 1012] (5621)
  • [2010-06-21 15:02]

good to see a post from you after a long time biance :)

congrats on the 35 f/2! the bokeh speaks for itself :)

sometimes, imperfection is what a picture needs... it could be lack of sharpness, too much contrast or simply a messed up composition :) i find it good to have faith in a photo which would otherwise seem imperfect or just too plain :)

while you were busy becoming a green thumb, i ended up transforming into a Medium Format film photographer...!

just came out of the darkroom after developing my first ever black & white 'Ilford Delta ISO 400 Professional film' (shot on my Mamiya RB67 Pro...)

after a lot of research and soul searching, i decided to venture into film photography seriously... my uncle gifted me his Nikon F2 and F3 with three lenses for the same reason and i now have at least four reasons (four cameras) to try out film :)

right now, my freezer is full of expired 35mm and medium format black & white films and i think the coming few months are going to be very exciting indeed :)

will share my film pictures soon :)

take care and have a nice day :)


muhammad muhsin

you are not supposed to take this flowers

This reminds me so so much of the shots you once had in your earlier TrekLens gallery... ah those were the dayz eh? the disappeaing background gives this a dream-like quality.. fertilizer eh that is most curious..

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