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    I was in my garden last night. This is the result.


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    Very pretty. But isn't a duet meant to have only two
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    Ha Ha (said sarcastically), you know very well the thread is called Flower Duet after the music but the video is titled Flower(s) in a numerically un-stipulated way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight Blue View Post
    the video is titled Flower(s) in a numerically un-stipulated way.
    And a non-genus way as well. Unless of course the dog is called Flower (oooh I'm irritating today, aren't I?)
    It's a lovely piece of film. My only (very minor) criticism was that I thought one or two of the rack focuses were just a tad fast for the pace of the film.
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    Well the dog is called Willow does that count.

    I know what you mean about the speed of the focus pull. If I'd have spent more time on the edit I would have/should have dealt this that. Did you notice my "happy accident" shot at 0:52, I didn't click the internal ND filter all the way and it gave this strange effect to the background but the foreground stayed in focus. I know it's a bit like a slid show but I'm really happy with the quality of this. No corrections done in post etc.

    Tim, do you think it would be a good or bad idea to lable all the flowers ? I was going to but thought it might spoil it.

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    [QUOTE=Midnight Blue;182255]Well the dog is called Willow does that count. {/quote]
    "Close enough for jazz" as we used to say in the band.

    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight Blue View Post
    Did you notice my "happy accident" shot at 0:52, I didn't click the internal ND filter all the way and it gave this strange effect to the background but the foreground stayed in focus.
    I spotted it looking a bit "wierd". Wouldn't have guessed how you achieved it. thought you were just being a bit arty (I looked for the beard, but didn't spot it)
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    Tim, do you think it would be a good or bad idea to lable all the flowers ?
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    Definitely not. Unless you want to make an instructional video. It would detract from the relaxed atmosphere.
    Tim

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    thought you were just being a bit arty (I looked for the beard, but didn't spot it)
    You missed the shot of Willow wearing the false beard then.

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    Willow always looks so sad ...... I want to give him a big hug!!!
    Very relaxing MB ...Just got back from work (hedge cutting) wish I had Willows bucket of water today !!
    Really liked your video very relaxing ...great music.
    Liked the focus tricks at @ 44,2.01,3.27 & 2.40
    Some great shots like 57s wow!!! you can even see aphids on some shots ....did they charge much as extras???

    Good job MB


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    They are all unpaid extras.

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    I suppose that seems fair as they only play a small part.............

    God that's bad ....

    everyone

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