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I was trying to emulate Andym's excellent earlier submission with this one -

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Re: Tree

Aha.. do I detect 7mm?? I spend a lot of time hitting the 11mm stop on the 11-22. Is it trying to tell me something?

Unusual viewpoint, and nice colour contrast between the two families of leaves.

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A very photogenic tree, looks good!
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Re: Tree

Thank you Stephen.

I notice this is at F14,I get nervous after F8 apart from when I doing macro.

I'll try a higher F stop when I carry on with my sequence next week.

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Re: Tree

Thanks for the comments. Yes, I decided to risk a small aperture to try for the maximum DoF at the risk of degradation, which it seems to largely have avoided.

This particular tree is my favourite of all on the estate. I love the way its boughs bend in harmony (!)

Pete, there's nothing for it. You're going to have to go for the 7-14.
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