C&C please :)

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  1. kayliana

    kayliana TPF Noob!

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    to soft, don't see much details :(
     
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    I wanted the grass soft. I chose for just the middle to be in focus.
     
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    The middle doesn't seem to be very sharp either.
     
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    The middle of the flower is sharp. Maybe because it's a small picture you can't see it very well?
     
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    I feel like more of the flowerhead should be in focus. It appears as though only a tiny spot in the center isn't blurry in this picture.
     
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    D-B-J Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    nice idea, but i wish it wasnt taken head on and almost centered. I think a different angle, like from the side, might work better. Just my 2 cents
     

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