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|Myosotis petite-fleur (small flower)|
My neighbor was about to throw away this little flower when I saw it. I took it before it went to the garbage and brought it inside to take its picture. I used the North light coming trough a window as a main light, and used a silver reflector on the other side to fill the shadows. I mounted an Olympus Bellows and an Olympus Bellows lens on my Nikon as I often do. Even thought there is no wind inside, there was enough vibration on the floor to shake the flower, so I had to stand still until the flower was stable.
Camera : Nikon F3
Accessory-1 : Olympus Auto Bellows with homemade adapter for Nikon camera.
Lens : Olympus 80mm f :4.0 Auto Bellows lens
F/stop : Not recorded (around f/8)
Shutter speed : Not recorded (around 2 sec.)
Magnification on film: about life size
Flash : None
Accessory-2 : double cable release
Tripod : None
Film : Fujicolor Superia 200
Flatbed Scanner: Epson 4180
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