4 Close-up Flower Shots

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  1. skier66

    skier66 TPF Noob!

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    All comments welcome.
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    I like the 3rd one, the first seems a little blurry to me. On the last photo, its a nice shot of the flower, but a little to busy. The flower seems to blend into the background. Maybe isolating the flower from the background will help. Nice pictures.
     
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    Agree with notorious, as well in #2, perhaps consider cloning out the out of focus bloom in the background as the colour is a little distracting, but all in all, some nice work.
     
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    Thank you for the feedback folks :).
     
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    I like your fly image alot. The DOF on the others seems a bit too shallow. What lens are you using?
     
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    Sony SAL18-250mm with Canon 250 D close up lens attached with step down ring.
    Its not the normal setup for shooting macro type pic's so that is probably why.
    Thanks for the feedback.. BTW its one of those tiny tiny bees.
     

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