A Few Rainy Day Shots C&C

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  1. Mazpro502

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    39 views and no Comments? Wow! My shots must suck!
     
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    Hey, I am a newbie but I hope you wont mind if I provide my viewpoints

    pic 1 : Wish to see the full bud - you could've peeled off the half-green cover, it gives a better look. Can crop a bit so that the bud will be more prominent.

    Pic 2 : Petal looks good, but the orange shoot coming out is too wet.

    Pic 3 : Something blurred of right side, which takes away the attention. Crop it off. The underpart of leaf just below the flower looks odd.

    All the 3 pics need cropping. Also, the flowers are too wet and you can just shake off mildly so that it will be still wet and prominent.

    Hope my comments didnt hurt you...I'm just a newbie into DSLR..;)
     
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    Yea So am I, I am always glad to take peoples comments and use them.
     
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    your shots have the subject in the middle of the image. There is a "rule of thirds" that you may want to google.

    I like the first shot, with some cropping you can adhere to the rule of thirds and make it a better shot

    The backround in the second shot is somewhat distracting. A blur such as in your first shot will help.
     

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