After the Storm

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  1. Allen

    Allen TPF Noob!

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    We had some big thunderstorms roll through. I found this little fellow drying out afterwords.
    Not too sure if they hold your attention well enough.
    Thanks for looking,
    --A

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    They are a bit on the dark side, I'm afraid. Plus I would think that the colour of the blossom (yellow) would have caught our attention more than the white in your b+w version does. Of the three here, I like the third best, that still keeps my attention for the longest time.
     
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    The black background makes the black insect blend into it too much.... Other than that I love the pictures! Great job! :)
     
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    I agree, it's difficult to see the insect in the first two pics. The third one is nice though.
     
  5. Allen

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    Thanks guys,
    I fall flat every now and again, and I did so here.
    The composition was good on paper, but not so much in reality.
    I'll have it back together for my next posts.
    I greatly appreciate the comments.
    --A
     
  6. LittleMan

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    haha, don't take it so hard man :wink:

    Most everything I post is flat... only everyonce in a while I actually might post something good.... haha
    Keep it up! I always look for your name! :)
     
  7. Allen

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    No problem there, Little Man
    I'm my own worst critic. I've been known to stomp on my own work pretty good.
    Black on black is something I've been screwing around with, and damn it can be hard to get one to look right.
    Thanks man, mighty kind of you.
    --A
     
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    I like this, but in color, like said, it would be nice with the color of the flower. The first one is best, it's the most interesting.
     
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    I'd really love to see these in colour. The composition of the 2nd shot is perfect.
     
  10. Allen

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    Thanks for the responses guys, very kind.
    By popular demand here is a color one:
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    In general I greatly prefer black and white. I usually compose expecting to turn all my images monochrome.
    --A
     
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    i like the color one best.
     

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