Black Iris II c&c...

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  1. farmerj

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    This after a nice cleansing rain this weekend.
    Nikon D90, 16-85VR
    1/80, f/9, Man Exposure ,ISO 320, 28mm, Auto WB, Fill Flash (on-camera flash), Normal Sharpness and Saturation.
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    Looks good, but did you think about approaching from a different angle? The water droplets add a nice effect, but the angle and placement of the flower in the photo makes it appear a bit ho-hum. The right angle and placement of a subject can make all the difference.
     
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    Yes, I tried a couple different angles.

    From the right, it's backdropped by the landscaping pavers around the flower garden. From the left side, you have some dying iris' and the house behind it. From the opposite side, you look down into the woodchips in the flower garden.

    I would have really liked it better from the right side, but the pavers just didn't seem the right backdrop even blurred.
     
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    Beautiful colors and details in this one.
     

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