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    Default Cactus Flower

    Cactus Flower.

    Body:- Canon 600D,
    Lens:- EF-S 18-55 IS-II
    Mode:- Auto
    Focal Length:- 42mm
    Av:-7.1
    TV/SS:- 1/100
    ISO:- 100
    Flash:- Off
    Cropped from Top and re-sized.
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    Nice colours. The design formed by the different colours. Jus a bit more space all around would be good, as the composition seems to be a bit tight. Thanks for sharing.
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    Thanks Mrudul, Will keep it in mind for the next shots.
    Mashiur Rahman
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    Agree with Mrudul "composition very tight" and too close to have it in focus. A step backword would have given sharp image. Thanks for sharing

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    I agree with Mrudul and Ajay. You need to check the minimum focusing distance of your lens as well and the focus accordingly. A narrow aperture ie. f8, f11 etc will help as that increases the zone of acceptable focus. At present you have used f7.1 at ISO 100. You can increase the ISO by one stop to ISO 200 and narrow down your aperture to f9 or f11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Ajay Kumar Singh View Post
    Agree with Mrudul "composition very tight" and too close to have it in focus. A step backword would have given sharp image. Thanks for sharing
    Thanks Dr. Ajay, I will make sure to leave space on all side of the primary subject.
    Mashiur Rahman
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabyasachi Patra View Post
    I agree with Mrudul and Ajay. You need to check the minimum focusing distance of your lens as well and the focus accordingly. A narrow aperture ie. f8, f11 etc will help as that increases the zone of acceptable focus. At present you have used f7.1 at ISO 100. You can increase the ISO by one stop to ISO 200 and narrow down your aperture to f9 or f11.
    Thanks Sabyasachi da,

    I will try to use a narrower aperture next time - increasing the acceptable focus range.
    Mashiur Rahman
    Kolkata

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