Butterfly C&C

Discussion in 'Macro Photography' started by dry3210, Sep 11, 2009.

  1. dry3210

    dry3210 TPF Noob!

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    The spiderweb which I don't even remember it being there when I took it distracts me some but what do you guys think (about that and in general)
     
  2. robertwsimpson

    robertwsimpson No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    it's ok. I personally am not a huge fan of dark subjects on light backgrounds... personal preference...
     
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    This is a ok shot. Compositionally, the negative space on the right does nothing for the image - I would suggest cropping it (maybe turning the landscape orientation to portrait).
     
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    i agree, a portrait orientation would be better. also a little more saturated version could be nice. ;)
     
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    This isn't cropped but just a closer up picture I took after the last...

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    Might be a little less sharp then the other though so perhaps a crop on that one would be better
     
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    A better image, but this image is a bit soft - my guess is that is due to camera motion due to the relatively slow shutter speed (1/80 second). I still would crop some of the space on the right
     

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