Fern Frond Opening
- Matt-Bird (1942)
- [2006-11-04 1:10]
Great fine detail. Its a nice sharp image and the lighting is just right.Good shot.
- dew77 (13270)
- [2006-11-04 2:58]
It's wonderful,crisp clear and razorsharp image.I liked POV,blurred BG,3D effect,framing and composition also a lot.Have a great weekend,
- ellis49 (2254)
- [2006-11-04 4:03]
a nice picture of the beautiful fern. The shape and texture is lovely. Good POV, DOG and details too. Pity about the white in the BG, it's a bit disturbing.
Very well done, my friend.
Todats weather report. +-0C, a light snowfall, it will be sunny in the afternoon.
- uleko (10940)
- [2006-11-04 5:31]
I love the peculiar shape of fern fronds opening! Excellent composition and fabulous brown colours against the light greeen background.
- Argus (50626)
- [2006-11-04 5:48]
I love tree-ferns. I've seen them in Australia and some were very impressive but at the most had a trunk diameter of about 30 cm. That this species can attain a trunk diameter of 60 cm is amazing.
I can understand the difficulty of achieving a sharp shot here, but this one comes pretty close, the whole looking like a bishop's crozier. Yes, I do like this one.
TFS, best wishes, Ivan
Veri nice headtree. Good DOF and compo.
- massougareux (834)
- [2006-11-04 12:47]
I know this plant, and I likes when sheets curl up like that, and here the pose is pleasant.
- jeanpaul (14962)
- [2006-11-04 12:48]
C'est plaisant de regarder une autre belle prise de vue avec ce beau macro de cette fougère après se dérouler.. Une belle composition éclatante de couleurs.
Bravo et merci....JP
- red45 (31094)
- [2006-11-04 12:48]
My favourite subject! Perfectly taken and very interesting. I love spiral/fractal shape of this fern. Sharp and detailed, very hard to capture as you wrote. This time no nits - just perfect work.
Well done Janice.
Very good detail seen in the frond...all the way down to it's hairs :) I understand the problems you face with these and sharpness, since the ferns are generally found where it's shaded light? I always ask...did you use tripod? At 1/60th, I can only assume so :)
Have a nice weekend mf.
Oh yes, I like it Janice! This is a very nice and interesting picture! I like those details, POV and most of all (beside this wonderful picture) your so interesting notes about it. This is a really unusual picture for me and it reminds me a bit of the shape of those "violins heads" (I don't know if it's the right English appellation) we have here and which are sometimes marinated and eaten :). This is a very good moment caught. Well done!
- SkyF (8073)
- [2006-11-05 7:55]
great close up, your main subject shows off very well form the OOF BG. Great POV, superp colors and details.