Couple of shots

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  1. teishu

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    ive taken note of previous feedbacks and tryed to note keep things always central etc..

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    Some C&C please...
     
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    I like #3 You don't have to see the whole Flower to make people stop and stare.
     
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    glad you like it, shame about it being grainy. Ive only just realised my camera wasn't set at the highest resolution so all my photos are quite grainy next time i go out ill ensure its in the highest res and see if that does the trick :)
     
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    You did well in putting things a little out of the centre of your frames and it works brilliantly in 2 and 3, and I like them both, mostly so because the droplets really add a lot to your compositions and make the blossoms look cool and fresh. Shame about the low res, but I understand these are not going to be your last pictures ever, so you have all the chances in the world to re-shoot. Right?
     
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    i really like #3, however does the center detail look sharp to everybody else? for me it looks a little blown out and not quite as much detail to hold interest w/o the rest of the image being in focus. composition is spot on though!

    2 is very nice, although the flower isn't all that interesting to me, it's still as good as i think it can be.

    the first one lacks direction i think. the stems aren't that interesting, and the interesting butterfly on the flower in the corner is a little over exposed (as i don't see much detail in the wings)
     
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    yes sorry about that, think it was do to me being to close when trying to focus so it became slightly out of focus...
     
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    #3 by far is the best. I really feel like the flower is reaching for the sun. It has real life to it. Great shot!
     
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    I like 2 & 3 also. I like how the background is out of focus but I wish that all of the flower was in focus. It looks like some of it is and some of it isn't.
     
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    maybe a smaller apature would have helped ? nt sure what it was on :S
     

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