Couple of flower portraits.

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  1. Kabluey

    Kabluey TPF Noob!

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    The last one is lovely. It seems to vibrate even! Here, the total centredness is exactly what was needed. I rarely say so, but this photo is an example for where it was just the compositional element to choose.

    The soft pink rose photo is quite "close and personal" :D.

    And all the flowers you photographed are quite, quite pretty.
     
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    All are technically good, but the third stands out for me because of the radial effect.

    Regards, Tony
     
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    Thanks! and yeah I like the third one, it seems so unusual.
     
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    i love the layers in the first one. the second one is really coolo. i like the stems and buds. it makes it look like a full bouquet. but some of the buds and stems and leaves seem in sharpper focus than the flower.
     

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