nigelclack

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Grass 2

I bought this grass a couple of months ago, hoping it would do what you can see above.  Up until now it was just a bunch of long blades. I had half an hour to grab some shots.

I am now on holiday in Madeira for a couple of weeks, I don't know what access to the net I will have, but I'm sure I will be able to catch up sometime.

Don't feel obliged to comment as most of these are very similiar.

Grass 2

I bought this grass a couple of months ago, hoping it would do what you can see above.  Up until now it was just a bunch of long blades. I had half an hour to grab some shots.

I am now on holiday in Madeira for a couple of weeks, I don't know what access to the net I will have, but I'm sure I will be able to catch up sometime.

Don't feel obliged to comment as most of these are very similiar.

comments (10)

  • Chris
  • England
  • 12 Jul 2009, 00:19
I will probably comment Nig - because they are all so damn good!
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 12 Jul 2009, 02:15
Might be even better than yesterday's image, Nigel.
Very artistic!

You handle your 105 mm like a master.
Excellent Nig....have a good holiday
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 12 Jul 2009, 08:47
Stunning Nigel
Just unique Nig. Well done!
Brilliant Nig, if you could get some shots like these with white backgrounds I'd be able to persuade Andy on these ones wink
Nigel Clack: I will see what I can dosmile
  • Marcie
  • United States
  • 12 Jul 2009, 16:09
Extraordinary. Absolutely stunning!!!!
All these recent shots are superb; a real unusual take on plant photography. I love the deep colours and backgrounds.
  • Zeus
  • Sub-tropical London
  • 20 Jul 2009, 15:07
Smashing shot! Interested in what you used as a backgrond and lighting? (and hoping for a simple explanation!) Cheers, H.
Nigel Clack: It's simple, daylight in my conservatory with the black cover of a reflector as a background. Increased contrast in PP. Thanks H

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camera NIKON D200
exposure mode aperture priority
shutterspeed 1/60s
aperture f/2.8
sensitivity ISO100
focal length 105.0mm
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