c&c? whirly gigs

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    $1 (1 of 1).jpg $1 (1 of 1)-5.jpg
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    Your subject is lost in the background for both of these, did you by chance take any shots closer and/or with the flowers not right in the centre of the photo?
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    I took a handful... I will check, pretty sure the images that the subject was not centered has the same red in the background and they really were lost... I will check
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    The "bokeh" (HATE that word) is pleasing, the colors are nice. You could crop some more to have it lead through the frame a little more.

    Aside from that, the subject isn't terribly interesting so it's not that gripping. Fine enough, but not something I'd print and hang on my wall.
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    I hate that word too lol.... I don't know why, and I normally refer to it as DOF... but I was worried about sounding obtuse. I will continue to shoot for that frameable image :)

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