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|Glad you enjoy it young ladies.
Dee My previous camera Canon was already broken one year ago but I could still use it (now it has to go for repair). I bought another one as a back up. Wanted the same but they do not do that. So I had to buy a Canon EOS 1000 that I use with a Canon Macto lens EF-5 60 mm. I have to buy a magnifier as powerful macro lens are very expensive.
That the tool but in my opionion a good pictures depends on the way you are using the daylight and I use racket light, or shadows, and the setting have been made by a professional photographer according what I am doing. But light Dee is very important. Have a walk and check the way your irises look in the morning, in the shade, in the evening and play around trying to catch what the light enhances.
Come along and take a walk in a French garden~~Click here for Species Tulips and other bulbs.
Click here to Clusiana Primula Thread~~Click here for Clusiana Beautiful Irises thread