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November 9, 2013 - 36 went

High Park Fall Colours - Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013 @ 2 P.M.

Last of the Milkweeds

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Added by Stephen H.
on Nov 9, 2013.
 

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  • RPG D.

    nice shot :-)

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  • Stephen H.

    Thanks Rob. I was surprised to see any milkweed at all... love these plants...

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  • A former member

    Wow

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  • Stephen H.

    Thanks Ashley. You should see how washed out the original was but I knew I could do something magical in Lightroom so it's okay. :)

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  • Miranda

    Hi Stephen nice shot. what f stop did you use?

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  • Stephen H.

    Miranda: EXIF Data: Camera Model: Canon EOS 7D Lens: EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM Focal Length: 93mm Aperture: f/5.0 Exposure Time: 0.0050 s (1/200) ISO: 400 Exposure Bias: +1.00 EV Metering Mode: Matrix Exposure: Program White Balance: Auto Flash Fired: No Color Space: sRGB Software: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5.0 (Macintosh)

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  • Stephen H.

    Sorry... I had the previously message formatted all nicely before posting and then meetup squished it all up into one paragraph. To answer your question, the f/stop was f/5.0 and I was zoomed in really close... about a foot away.

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  • Miranda

    thanks stephen, i wondered if you had used a macro setting or just the zoom!

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  • Stephen H.

    Just the zoom. That's the key to shallow DOF on lenses that don't have a big aperture.. get close as you can and zoom as much as you can... although in this case I zoomed only to 93mm out of a possible 105

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  • Patricia

    Lovely!

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  • Stephen H.

    Thanks Patricia. :)

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