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Barbwire

Posted by
Barbara Kile (Ft. Worth, United States) on 30 July 2009 in Miscellaneous and Portfolio.

Macro shot at f/16 to retain as much detail as possible in the rust patterns, while maintaining the soft background.

NIKON D300 3/5 seconds F/16.0 ISO 125 157 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Anina from Auckland, New Zealand

Lovely
I love the rust - great textures
DoF is superb

30 Jul 2009 8:58am

marc battault from clermont ferrand, France

the link between them! superb image!
kiss!

30 Jul 2009 3:43pm

Japanalia from Yokohama, Japan

I like it that you are very serious about your work! This one is a proof of your dedication to photography!

31 Jul 2009 6:05am

@Japanalia: Thanks, Japanalia. I occasionally take an online class just for the pressure of 'the assignment' to get me out shooting.

Barbara Kile from Ft. Worth, United States

Thanks Anina and Marc!

31 Jul 2009 7:16pm

Anita from West Nottingham, United States

You did an excellent job balancing detail and blurred BG. Barbed wire reminds me of the 11 years I lived in Texas, some of them in Arlington.

1 Aug 2009 5:46pm

@Anita: We lived in Arlington 25 years. Yes, this is very Texas! Thanks so much for the nice comment.

NIKON D300
3/5 seconds
F/16.0
ISO 125
157 mm (35mm equiv.)

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